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      • Public Safety - Make Your Opinion Count Author: David Parry

        Published Feb 17 2017, 11:48 AM by Paul Jeffs
        • Fire
        • Fire and Emergency Medical Services
        • Law Enforcement
        • Police
        • Emergency Medical Service (EMS)
        • Emergency Response

        New - Public Safety Survey 2017 – Europe, Middle-East and Africa Edition

        The Motorola Public Safety Survey, has become an invaluable reference on the trends and needs for communications technology for police, fire, rescue, emergency medical services and other public safety and government agencies.

        In our 2015 Survey Europe and Africa special edition, we found that Public Safety communications were being transformed. The survey revealed how four key factors influence agencies of all sizes, and how change was driven by high speed data and a need for communications across multiple networks and devices including radios, smartphones and tablets. We found that being able to access data in real-time is vital. An overwhelming 77% of participants said having instant, reliable information at their fingertips is ‘critical’ or ‘very important’ while working in the field.

        Take the survey now

         

        What has changed since the last survey?

        Are cloud solutions now suitable for Public Safety agencies? Can body-worn cameras help keep officers safe and address questions around 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?

        We are repeating the survey in 2017 for all of Europe, Middle-East and Africa. We want your input as we investigate the top trends in Public Safety communications technology in 2017. Make your voice heard on a variety of topics including the use of video, smart devices, cloud, and social media in Public Safety, as well as the latest status and 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 return 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. The survey is quick, easy, and should only take you a few minutes to complete.

         

        You can find more detail about the survey at www.motorolasolutions.com/EMEAsurvey..

        .. and you can also download the 2015 survey report – Transforming Public Safety Communications

        David Parry

        David Parry is Director, EMEA Marketing

        David is on LinkedIn

         

        Follow @MotSolsEMEA on Twitter and look out for #EMEAPublicSafetySurvey

         

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      • Critical Communications Europe – the Video Round Up Editor: Paul Jeffs

        Published Feb 09 2017, 5:09 PM by Paul Jeffs
        • National Government Security
        • Fire
        • Fire and Emergency Medical Services
        • Law Enforcement
        • Police
        • Emergency Medical Service (EMS)

        Lots of interest, lots of customers, lots of conversations at this week’s Critical Communications Europe event in Copenhagen. If you weren’t able to make it or didn’t get to see it all, here are some short must-see videos from the show floor. 

        Tunde Williams welcomes us to the show. With over 1000 Public Safety and Commercial visitors expected how are we meeting their challenges? How are we future-proofing TETRA? Why is our new DIMETRA Express solution so important for expanding the use of TETRA? What is Mobile Intelligence? These are just a few of the items that Tunde covers:

        Paul Wilson introduces the new DIMETRA Express - a fully integrated 'all-in-one-box' TETRA system that supports TETRA voice services, short data, and VOIP telephony. Paul explains how simple the system is to install - taking less than 15 minutes! Web based apps and management means that customers can use their own hardware and devices to install, operate and maintain the system themselves:

        Lots of interest, lots of customers, lots of conversations - David Parry invites you to stay tuned and watch some highlights from the show:

        We’ll add more videos as we get them and you can always catch up with our YouTube video playlist or on our Critical Communications Europe microsite www.motorolasolutions.com/cceurope

        Paul Jeffs - Editor - Think Public Safety.

         

        Paul Jeffs

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

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