BROADBAND IS REVOLUTIONISING THE WAY WE WORK BUT VOICE COMMUNICATIONS IS STILL ESSENTIAL
Despite the rapid uptake on data and video technology for mission-critical applications, voice is still the number one application for mission-critical users. New in the Motorola booth at CCW 2017 this year is the addition of the other mission-critical digital radio standard - APCO P25. We are showing our APX series of devices that offers an alternative digital radio standard for mission-critical applications and mobility. The APX series of radios are compliant to the P25 open digital standard that has been adopted in many countries in the world.
In supporting CCW’s mission of educating and supporting end-users with critical communications equipment, we’ll be showing the APX1000, an affordable digital radio for those applications that require mostly voice communications. The APX2000, a special radio for very hazardous environments, will be shown. The APX3000 will be there - let’s see if you can find it! Motorola is also introducing the world’s first all-band radio, the APX8000, that covers all of the land mobile radio bands in one small portable radio.
For military applications, we’re also showing the SRX2200, a radio designed for the military market but at a COTS-level price. This radio has many cool features that also work in police tactical applications.
Similar to Motorola’s Dimetra system and our TETRA line of subscribers, the Motorola ASTRO 25 product line is designed for maximum mobility, allowing for seamless connections between first responders and those supporting first responders.
Swing by the Motorola Stand at Asia World Expo in Hong Kong from 16th to 18th May 2017.
Director, Business Development, Asia Pacific