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August 18, 2013

Mission Critical Architecture Takes Center Stage at APCO 2013

Committed to innovation, Motorola is exploring future technologies to meet evolving customer needs. Together in a collaborative endeavor, Motorola and Roundarch/Isobar will be demonstrating an integrated Google Glass and PremierOne Handheld prototype that allows officers to run a vehicle query by viewing a license plate and search suspect information by glancing at a driver's license.

Motorola will also be demonstrating ASTRO® 25 Advanced Messaging running Intrado Beware. This incident intelligence tool enables dispatchers and first responders to query the Beware database which searches, sorts and scores billions of commercial records in a matter seconds and provides a threat assessment score. The information can then be sent to ASTRO®25 APX radios and LEX700 LTE devices with PremierOne™ Handheld software to enhance situational awareness and improve decision making.

At APCO, Motorola also will be featuring:

  • Motorola 3600-based trunking users can now migrate to new digital technology using SmartX-enabled ASTRO® 25 systems and 3600-based GTR 8000 base stations. A clear upgrade path is possible using the trunking simulcast and trunking intellirepeater functionality of a GTR 8000 station.
  • The Motorola Intelligent Data Portal application provides a unified mobile portal for critical information. The Intelligent Data Portal gathers location-based information from existing databases, then organizes and maps it using layers to show the location of people and assets, events, alerts and developing situations. Easy to use and designed for public safety, this application is HTML5 based for compatibility with any device, operating system and network. Offered as a cloud-based solution, it integrates data from disparate public safety systems and third-party applications for improved decision making and multiple agency collaboration in the field.
  • Maintaining peak performance of public safety radio networks requires appropriate investment planning and funding to ensure alignment with changing needs. Motorola Solutions’ Migration Assurance Program provides customers with a structured approach for implementing effective P25 migrations while maintaining network performance and assuring predictable levels of investment.
  • Service from the Start is a support program ideal for customers looking to protect their technology investments. Comprised of key service offerings, such as technical support, comprehensive device repair coverage and advance exchange of system components, Service from the Start includes bundled service packages that can help maximize system and device availability, allow decision makers to budget in advance for their technology maintenance requirements and lower an organization’s total cost of ownership.
  • The release of PremierOne™ 3.3 takes real-time incident management and situational awareness to new levels with expanded NG9-1-1 Call Control, streamlined computer-aided dispatch (CAD), Mobile, Records and Jail capabilities and improved integration with PremierOne Mobile and advanced license plate recognition (ALPR), RTVI video streaming, MVX1000 video recorders and MW810 workstations. Officer safety and productivity is further improved with automated queries from ALPR hits, easy access and capture of real-time video and single touch functions via the MW810 workstation. With new PremierOne Mobile to Handheld synchronization, officers are always connected to critical query data, updates, status changes and resource tracking even when they are away from the patrol car.
Join Motorola for the following APCO presentations:

Monday, Aug. 19, 2:15 p.m.: Tom Gross will be speaking on “Predictive Policing: Enable Your Agency Now”. This session will focus on technology advancements like CAD and Real-Time Crime Centers that enhance your operations whether responding to or preventing crime and protecting the community.

Wednesday, Aug. 21, 9 a.m.: Stu Overby joins a discussion on “T-Band – What’s Next for Public Safety” Public Safety is a heavy user of the T-Band (470-512 MHz) spectrum available in the top eleven urban areas. Congress passed legislation that requires FCC to auction that spectrum for commercial use by 2021 with public safety clearing out of the band by 2023. This panel will address analysis on potential spectrum options, relocation costs/timing and recommended next steps.

Wednesday, Aug. 21, 3:45 p.m.: Mike Koch participates in a panel discussion on “Partnerships with Utilities for the 700 MHz National Broadband Public Safety Broadband Network”. As potential partners are considered for the construction, maintenance and operation of the 700 MHz public safety broadband network (PSBN), utilities are among those under consideration. Utilities can provide access to infrastructure and other resources, particularly in rural and underserved areas where other options may be limited or non-existent. Partnering with utilities can also promote opportunities for improving interoperability during emergency response, such as hurricanes and other disasters.

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