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How to Keep First Responders and Communities Safe with Reliable In-Vehicle Connectivity

How to Keep First Responders and Communities Safe with Reliable In-Vehicle Connectivity

How to Keep First Responders and Communities Safe with Reliable In-Vehicle Connectivity

In-vehicle connectivity has become a requirement, with First Responders and field personnel driving cars, vans, and trucks equipped with a network connection that provides convenient access to voice, text, and video data. The addition of a vehicle area network (VAN) facilitates the connection of all active devices such as cameras, tablets, laptops, and sensors to a single connectivity point.

If their vehicle has only one onboard connection, there is a certain amount of risk such as issues with network coverage, bandwidth, or usage that can mean delayed or no communications. Losing the onboard connection can have grave consequences and can even mean the difference between life and death.

Download this whitepaper to learn:

  • What mobile multi-networking is;
  • Why mission critical applications need multi-network connectivity; and
  • What to look for in an intelligent multi-network mobile router.

By Sierra Wireless

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