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Motorola Gives $15 Million to Police Museum

October 11, 2012
The funding provided by Motorola Solutions will help support the museum, which will tell the story of American law enforcement through interactive exhibits, historical artifacts, research, and diverse educational programming. The contribution announced today brings the total to $18 million that Motorola Solutions and the Motorola Solutions Foundation have provided to support the museum’s public education effort.

Motorola Introduces LEX 700

February 26, 2012
The LEX 700 Mission Critical Handheld is designed to provide access to multimedia applications, giving fiield officers increased situational awareness, enhanced tactical collaboration, and greater in-field productivity.

Will Police Radios and Smartphones Merge?

February 22, 2012

Many experts say the smartphone will not become a truly viable law enforcement tool until a new high-speed data (LTE) system for public safety is in place. But even with the current commercial cellular data system smartphones are playing a major role in law enforcement operations.

Tennessee Highway Patrol Selects Motorola for $39M Radio Project

December 15, 2011
Motorola Solutions was chosen to implement the first phase of a statewide radio system in Tennessee that would bring new capabilities to state troopers and improved mutual aid coordination, according to officials.

Motorola Releases LTE System for Public Safety

December 7, 2011
The Motorola Public Safety LTE solution will support a host of public safety applications, including Motorola's PremierOne and other computer-aided dispatch, real-time video streaming, dynamic mapping and routing, in-field reporting, and tactical collaboration tools.

Mobile Computers: Central Processing Units

October 24, 2011

The public safety mobile data customer now needs fast and rugged. That's because of tools like automatic license plate readers (ALPR) and high-end computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems. That software requires state-of-the-art processing power. Fortunately, there are now plenty of computer makers willing and able to supply high-powered mobile computers for law enforcement.

Motorola's Connected Patrol Car

August 5, 2011

Motorola Solutions unveiled its concept of a next-generation patrol vehicle at a July press event that brings many new communications capabilities to field officers. Motorola's Chevy Caprice includes an LTE broadband modem, steering wheel controls for radio communication, and voice-command technology. Video processing technology optimizes in-car video streaming into and out of the vehicle.

Motorola Secures $56 Million To Build Broadband Network In Mississippi

July 29, 2011
The network will be the third for Motorola Solutions, which is also building out LTE broadband networks in northern California's Bay Area and Harris County, Texas.

Northwestern Univ. Adds Motorola P25 System

July 14, 2011
Northwestern University has selected Motorola Solutions' 900 MHz ASTRO 25 Project 25 (P25) voice and integrated data communication system, which will replace a 14-year-old analog trunking system.

In-Car Digital Video System

May 26, 2011
Motorola's MVX1000 is a next generation, in-car digital video system designed to capture critical evidence and protect law enforcement officers from spurious false charges. The rugged MVX1000 delivers intuitive, high-performance in-vehicle evidence capture and back office management capabilities.

Motorola To Build 700 MHz Public Safety Network In Houston

March 18, 2011
In a filing with the FCC, Motorola didn't mention LTE yet noted that Harris County selected Motorola "as its equipment vendor for technology that will be used in the Harris County layer of the intended public-safety broadband statewide network."

IACP 2010 Products

December 6, 2010

Each year at the annual conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the leading manufacturers of law enforcement products roll out some of their most innovative offerings. The 2010 IACP show was no exception. Here's an overview of some of the most interesting products we saw at this year's IACP. For more coverage of the show, pick up our December issue.

Motorola APX 6000 P25 Portable Radio

October 7, 2010
The new Motorola APX 6000 P25 portable radio is reportedly the smallest P25 Phase 2 TDMA capable radio on the market. Despite its compact form factor, the APX 6000 features a high-contrast color display. The system offers mission critical wireless and GPS tracking. Dual mic noise suppression on the APX 6000, makes it suitable for operations in high noise environments.

N.C. County Buys Motorola P25 Radio System

September 24, 2010
Dare County, N.C., and the Motorola Solutions business of Motorola has announced the county is preparing for installation of a new $7 million 800 MHz Motorola ASTRO 25 release 7.8 digital radio system this year that will allow public safety agencies countywide to talk with each other as well as other agencies on the state's VIPER Radio System.

Federal Bill Would Bring $70 Million for Public Safety Communications Gear

August 5, 2010
Federal legislation introduced by a California congresswoman in late July would authorize $70 million in grants to provide first-responders devices capable of the highest-speed transmissions of data, voice, and video services over the Internet.

Motorola Introduces Trio of APX P25 Two-Way Radios at APCO

August 2, 2010
Motorola Inc. today unveiled the APX 7000XE Portable, APX 6000 Portable and APX 6500 Mobile at the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials-International (APCO) Conference in Houston.

Motorola Explains Next-Gen Public Safety Communications

May 18, 2010

Mobile broadband technology has the potential to revolutionize police communications. Kevin McDunn, Motorola's director of its portfolio of broadband public safety applications, predicts how this will change the way you do your job and what we need in terms of technological innovations and network construction to make his prediction a reality. Read about Motorola's unveiling of its new multi-band radio.

Motorola Outlines Next-Gen Communications Strategy for Public Safety

May 18, 2010
Motorola's next generation of public safety solutions will maximize operational effectiveness by converging voice, image, data, and video communications from a multimedia, integrated command center and extend the reach of current mission-critical communications networks.

Wireless Network Survey

May 12, 2010

Are you in the majority or the minority? Find out what others think about going wireless.

Motorola Wireless Video Surveillance Helps LAPD Reduce Crime

June 9, 2009
"Technology is an important way a small police department with a big job, like LAPD, has any chance of providing public safety," says Deputy Chief Charlie Beck. "Motorola's mesh network was the technology we wanted to use and they stepped up to the plate in a big way."
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