Motorola Solutions (NYSE: MSI) continues to transform communications for first responders who use land-mobile radio (LMR) and dedicated long-term evolution (LTE) networks, the company said.
The company has announced three new solutions for enhanced mission-critical communications including an app to share digital evidence.
The LEX L11 mission-critical LTE device is built for global broadband networks including FirstNet in the United States. It is designed specifically for the demanding environments experienced by first responders. With the LEX L11 and the power of broadband, first responders can access secure apps for increased situational awareness.
With the new Capture app, first responders can easily capture image, video and audio evidence with the LEX L11 or Android and iOS-based smartphones. All content is securely uploaded to Motorola Solutions´ CommandCentral Vault digital evidence management solution for storage and later use.
The APX 8500HP is a high-power version of Motorola Solutions´ interoperable all-band Project 25 mobile radio. This 110 watt radio delivers more than twice the power of the APX 8500 for VHF and UHF Range 1 bands. It is ideal for use in rural areas or during disaster response where limited infrastructure might be available. With all-band functionality, first responders from different agencies can easily communicate with each other, regardless of what frequency band they are using.