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    • Critical Communications World 2014 – The Video Round-Up

      Published Dec 09 2016, 8:09 PM by Paul Jeffs

      This week’s Critical Communications World in Singapore attracted visitors from over 97 countries. If you weren’t one of these lucky visitors, we hope you enjoyed the daily show blogs from Peta Spinks. We have also made a selection of videos shot during the show, to share some of the highlights from the exhibition.

       

      Live from Singapore - A swift and sweeping overview of Motorola Solutions at Critical Communications World:

      ccw_overview_video.jpg

       

      From Integrated Police Vehicle to Real-Time Crime Center: What's New for Public Safety at CCW 2014 - James Wong gives us an overview public safety solutions on display:

      ccw_public_safety_video.jpg

       

      Step Inside Motorola's Connected Patrol Vehicle at CCW2014 – Richard Martin gives us an in-depth tour of the Connected Patrol Vehicle:

      ccw_cpv_video.JPG

       

      Terrorism Scenario: How the Real-Time Intelligence Center Reacts – John Helliwell explains how the Real-Time Intelligence Center works to alert authorities to danger.

      ccw_rtic_video.JPG

       

      How Motorola's Managed Services Help Your Systems Operate at their Best - CCW 2014 - Rohan Galloway-Dawkins, describes how the system brings together all the information into one integrated view of the status of the network.

      ccw_mns_video.JPG

       

      Securing the Flow of Communications - CCW 2014 – Iain Cushing demonstrates how you can achieve secure communications between all your communications devices.

       

      For the full set of videos visit our Critical Communications YouTube playlist.

      Hopefully, this gives you a taste of this year’s Critical Communications World. To find out more visit our Critical Communications World microsite where you can find blogs, news, twitter and more from the show.

      Paul Jeffs is Public Safety Editorial Lead for Motorola Solutions Europe and Africa.

      Paul is on LinkledIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/pauljeffs

      Join the Motorola Solutions Community EMEA at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Motorola-Solutions-Community-6519590/about

    • Critical Communications World 2014 – The Video Round-Up

      Published Nov 28 2016, 6:56 PM by Paul Jeffs

      This week’s Critical Communications World in Singapore attracted visitors from over 97 countries. If you weren’t one of these lucky visitors, we hope you enjoyed the daily show blogs from Peta Spinks. We have also made a selection of videos shot during the show, to share some of the highlights from the exhibition.


      Live from Singapore - A swift and sweeping overview of Motorola Solutions at Critical Communications World:

      ccw_overview_video.jpg


      From Integrated Police Vehicle to Real-Time Crime Center: What's New for Public Safety at CCW 2014 - James Wong gives us an overview public safety solutions on display:

      ccw_public_safety_video.jpg

      Step Inside Motorola's Connected Patrol Vehicle at CCW2014 – Richard Martin gives us an in-depth tour of the Connected Patrol Vehicle:

      ccw_cpv_video.JPG

      Terrorism Scenario: How the Real-Time Intelligence Center Reacts – John Helliwell explains how the Real-Time Intelligence Center works to alert authorities to danger.

      ccw_rtic_video.JPG

      How Motorola's Managed Services Help Your Systems Operate at their Best - CCW 2014 - Rohan Galloway-Dawkins, describes how the system brings together all the information into one integrated view of the status of the network.

      ccw_mns_video.JPG

      Securing the Flow of Communications - CCW 2014 – Iain Cushing demonstrates how you can achieve secure communications between all your communications devices.

      ccw_secure_video.jpg


      For the full set of videos visit our Critical Communications YouTube playlist.

      Hopefully this gives you a taste of this year’s Critical Communications World. To find out more visit our Critical Communications World microsite where you can find blogs, news, twitter and more from the show.


      Paul Jeffs is Public Safety Editorial Lead for Motorola Solutions Europe and Africa.

      Paul is on LinkledIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/pauljeffs

      Follow #CCW2014 on Twitter.

      Join the Motorola Solutions Community EMEA at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Motorola-Solutions-Community-6519590/about

    • Critical Communications World 2014 – The Video Round-Up

      Published Nov 28 2016, 6:54 PM by Paul Jeffs

      This week’s Critical Communications World in Singapore attracted visitors from over 97 countries. If you weren’t one of these lucky visitors, we hope you enjoyed the daily show blogs from Peta Spinks. We have also made a selection of videos shot during the show, to share some of the highlights from the exhibition.


      Live from Singapore - A swift and sweeping overview of Motorola Solutions at Critical Communications World:

      ccw_overview_video.jpg


      From Integrated Police Vehicle to Real-Time Crime Center: What's New for Public Safety at CCW 2014 - James Wong gives us an overview public safety solutions on display:

      ccw_public_safety_video.jpg

      Step Inside Motorola's Connected Patrol Vehicle at CCW2014 – Richard Martin gives us an in-depth tour of the Connected Patrol Vehicle:

      ccw_cpv_video.JPG

      Terrorism Scenario: How the Real-Time Intelligence Center Reacts – John Helliwell explains how the Real-Time Intelligence Center works to alert authorities to danger.

      ccw_rtic_video.JPG

      How Motorola's Managed Services Help Your Systems Operate at their Best - CCW 2014 - Rohan Galloway-Dawkins, describes how the system brings together all the information into one integrated view of the status of the network.

      ccw_mns_video.JPG

      Securing the Flow of Communications - CCW 2014 – Iain Cushing demonstrates how you can achieve secure communications between all your communications devices.

      ccw_secure_video.jpg


      For the full set of videos visit our Critical Communications YouTube playlist.

      Hopefully this gives you a taste of this year’s Critical Communications World. To find out more visit our Critical Communications World microsite where you can find blogs, news, twitter and more from the show.


      Paul Jeffs is Public Safety Editorial Lead for Motorola Solutions Europe and Africa.

      Paul is on LinkledIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/pauljeffs

      Follow #CCW2014 on Twitter.

      Join the Motorola Solutions Community EMEA at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Motorola-Solutions-Community-6519590/about

    • Critical Communications World 2014 – The Video Round-Up

      Published Nov 28 2016, 6:51 PM by Paul Jeffs

      This week’s Critical Communications World in Singapore attracted visitors from over 97 countries. If you weren’t one of these lucky visitors, we hope you enjoyed the daily show blogs from Peta Spinks. We have also made a selection of videos shot during the show, to share some of the highlights from the exhibition.


      Live from Singapore - A swift and sweeping overview of Motorola Solutions at Critical Communications World:

      ccw_overview_video.jpg


      From Integrated Police Vehicle to Real-Time Crime Center: What's New for Public Safety at CCW 2014 - James Wong gives us an overview public safety solutions on display:

      ccw_public_safety_video.jpg

      Step Inside Motorola's Connected Patrol Vehicle at CCW2014 – Richard Martin gives us an in-depth tour of the Connected Patrol Vehicle:

      ccw_cpv_video.JPG

      Terrorism Scenario: How the Real-Time Intelligence Center Reacts – John Helliwell explains how the Real-Time Intelligence Center works to alert authorities to danger.

      ccw_rtic_video.JPG

      How Motorola's Managed Services Help Your Systems Operate at their Best - CCW 2014 - Rohan Galloway-Dawkins, describes how the system brings together all the information into one integrated view of the status of the network.

      ccw_mns_video.JPG

      Securing the Flow of Communications - CCW 2014 – Iain Cushing demonstrates how you can achieve secure communications between all your communications devices.

      ccw_secure_video.jpg


      For the full set of videos visit our Critical Communications YouTube playlist.

      Hopefully this gives you a taste of this year’s Critical Communications World. To find out more visit our Critical Communications World microsite where you can find blogs, news, twitter and more from the show.


      Paul Jeffs is Public Safety Editorial Lead for Motorola Solutions Europe and Africa.

      Paul is on LinkledIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/pauljeffs

      Follow #CCW2014 on Twitter.

      Join the Motorola Solutions Community EMEA at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Motorola-Solutions-Community-6519590/about

    • All About Apps at CCW2014 Author Peta Spinks

      Published Dec 09 2016, 8:09 PM by Paul Jeffs

      From our correspondent. On the last day at CCW 2014 it was all about Apps. The TCCA gave a showfloor presentation on the value of applications. In some scenarios data applications can replace many voice calls and drive efficiency. But for some organisations this can raise concerns over network overload and the risk of an application blocking mission critical voice communications. The presenter explained to the audience that managed effectively, this is not an issue and in fact the use of applications can free up capacity for critical voice traffic.

      We were urged to ‘take steps to Applications’, start gradually using data apps today, and realise the flexibility to connect to office systems, multiple devices, TETRA radios, tablets …

      We then took a tour of the show floor to look at applications in use. Applications to extend the use of a radio included car-to-car and control-room email systems, pager-based solutions, form completion and scanning solutions; and the Motorola Solutions MTP6750 with a built in Camera and PICS solution that provides secure, easy-to-manage photographic evidence.

      On the Motorola stand, Ian Cushing of Motorola Solutions wholly-owned subsidiary Twisted Pair showed me the WAVE application that delivers interoperability for voice and data between TETRA radios, mobile devices and a desktop PC or control room application.

      We also saw the Motorola Solutions LEX 755 LTE Mission Critical Handheld device. This uses open-source Android. And so, as its Motorola product manager explained, it allows users to create their own applications or take advantage of those created by Motorola.

      LEX755atCCW.JPG

      So apps are on their way. Take steps towards incorporating them into your operations to help create the optimal solution to your operational challenges.

      These aren’t the games your kids would download but they can be just as compelling!

      Don’t forget to visit our Critical Communications World microsite where we will have fresh news, videos and more from the show.

      Peta Spinks is Director of Events for Motorola Solutions,EMEA.

      Peta is on LinkledIn at uk.linkedin.com/in/petaspinks1

      Follow #CCW2014 on Twitter.

      Join the Motorola Solutions Community EMEA at

      http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Motorola-Solutions-Community-6519590/about

    • All About Apps at CCW2014 Author Peta Spinks

      Published Nov 28 2016, 6:56 PM by Paul Jeffs

      From our correspondent. On the last day at CCW 2014 it was all about Apps. The TCCA gave a showfloor presentation on the value of applications. In some scenarios data applications can replace many voice calls and drive efficiency. But for some organisations this can raise concerns over network overload and the risk of an application blocking mission critical voice communications. The presenter explained to the audience that managed effectively, this is not an issue and in fact the use of applications can free up capacity for critical voice traffic.

      We were urged to ‘take steps to Applications’, start gradually using data apps today, and realise the flexibility to connect to office systems, multiple devices, TETRA radios, tablets …

      We then took a tour of the show floor to look at applications in use. Applications to extend the use of a radio included car-to-car and control-room email systems, pager-based solutions, form completion and scanning solutions; and the Motorola Solutions MTP6750 with a built in Camera and PICS solution that provides secure, easy-to-manage photographic evidence.

      On the Motorola stand, Ian Cushing of Motorola Solutions wholly-owned subsidiary Twisted Pair showed me the WAVE application that delivers interoperability for voice and data between TETRA radios, mobile devices and a desktop PC or control room application.

      We also saw the Motorola Solutions LEX 755 LTE Mission Critical Handheld device. This uses open-source Android. And so, as its Motorola product manager explained, it allows users to create their own applications or take advantage of those created by Motorola.

      LEX755atCCW.JPG

      So apps are on their way. Take steps towards incorporating them into your operations to help create the optimal solution to your operational challenges.

      These aren’t the games your kids would download but they can be just as compelling!

      Don’t forget to visit our Critical Communications World microsite where we will have fresh news, videos and more from the show.

      Peta Spinks is Director of Events for Motorola Solutions,EMEA.

      Peta is on LinkledIn at uk.linkedin.com/in/petaspinks1

      Follow #CCW2014 on Twitter.

      Join the Motorola Solutions Community EMEA at

      http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Motorola-Solutions-Community-6519590/about

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