October 20, 2013
Motorola Solutions Demonstrates Advances in Accuracy, Flexibility and Discreet Communications at IACP 2013
Motorola Solutions (Booth #120) is showcasing its latest technology at the 120th Annual International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference Oct. 20-22 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. The solutions will focus on law enforcement’s critical issues and equipping first responders with new advancements in next generation incident command and a new line of mission critical accessories.
KEY FACTS ABOUT MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS AT IACP
- The Mission Critical Wireless Completely Discreet Surveillance Kit is an ideal Bluetooth® accessory for covert operations where being able to move freely is a must. With the exceptionally small receiver hidden in the ear, public safety and federal personnel can listen to their radios in complete privacy through the communications loop worn under a shirt or jacket. The microphone is also hidden under a suit lapel or in another discreet place so that officers can communicate securely without drawing attention – all while concealing the radio wirelessly in a briefcase or purse.
- The Covert Pack-n-Go Kit conveniently and discreetly organizes and stores wireless covert accessories, providing access quickly when there is a need for undercover operations. The Covert Pack-n-Go Kit includes select Mission Critical Wireless Bluetooth® accessories. The Enhanced Covert Pack-n-Go Kit is fully outfitted with Mission Critical Wireless accessories. The Covert Pack-n-Go Kit and Enhanced Covert Pack-n-Go Kit are only compatible with APX Series two-way radio portfolio.
- When the unexpected happens, Incident Command Operations are critical to ensuring an emergency doesn’t turn into a catastrophe. Real-time information helps commanders make faster, smarter and more accurate decisions. Motorola’s next generation incident command solution unifies mission critical voice, data and video in order to provide an integrated command center environment. Rugged radios act as a communications lifeline and enable interoperability with responding agencies, while broadband LTE devices and applications ensure that the latest data is at the incident commander’s fingertips at all times.
Join Motorola for the following IACP presentation:
Monday, Oct. 21, 8:00 a.m.: Tom Miller will participate in a session during the show titled “The Power of Video: Smart Policing through the Real-Time Crime Center.” This session will provide an overview of smart policing best practices while focusing specifically on the Real-Time Crime Center (RTCC) solution as the foundation for safe communities. Miller will also highlight how the RTCC enables the citizen, 911 Call Taker, CAD Operator and First Responder through the integration of multiple solutions in one operations environment.
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