Public Safety Survey 2015 - Europe and Africa Edition
The Motorola Public Safety Survey, now in its fifth year, has become an invaluable reference on the trends and needs for communications technology for police, fire, emergency medical services and other public safety and government agencies.
In our 2014 Public Safety Survey, 70 percent of more than 1,300 surveyed said that getting data messages through was equal in importance to voice communications. In fact, interoperability, access to high-speed data in the field and the adoption of more data applications topped the list of agency priorities in last year’s edition of our annual survey.
Can body-worn cameras help keep officers safe and address questions about police conduct?
Can social media help agencies communicate important information to the public more quickly? Or can agencies use social media to gain more information during an emergency?
Motorola is extending the 2015 survey for an 'Europe and Africa' Special Edition.
We want your input as we investigate the top trends in Public Safety communications technology in 2015. Make your voice heard on a variety of topics including the use of video, smart devices, and social media in public safety, as well as your expectations of Public Safety LTE and the impact it will have on Public Safety technology.
What will we learn this year? Take the survey now and, in gratitude for your participation, we will share the final report with you as soon as it is ready. We look forward to hearing what you have to say.
You may also download the 2014 Survey report - The Migration to More Connected Communications.
And you can find more detail at www.motorolasolutions.com/EAsurvey
David Parry is Director, EA Marketing.
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