On November 27, 2019, Motorola Solutions developed a mission-critical technology system for the Australian market to improve safety and productivity in emergency services and the commercial sector. Motorola Solutions will showcase its integrated voice communications, command center software and video security solutions at Comms Connect this week to enhance collaboration, identify risks, and include law enforcement Provides faster incident response capabilities in industries including mining and transportation.
Featured solutions include WAVE PTX Government, a flexible multi-user communication service that expands the coverage of mission-critical radio systems while providing interoperable voice and multimedia communications. The service is targeted at Australian Government personnel and is interoperable with two-way radio systems.
WAVE PTX can extend the workgroup communication of business organizations through the MOTOTRBO network.
Motorola Solutions will also showcase Smart Connect solutions to extend the reach of mission-critical communications.
Mission-Critical Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Paul Steinberg, senior vice president of technology, will also introduce Motorola's vision for responsible AI in public safety-how mission-critical AI uses data.
Steinberg said: "AI has huge potential to help public safety and business organizations gain valuable insights from the sheer volume of data surrounding them."
"Video analytics powered by AI algorithms can be used to quickly and efficiently complete basic tasks, such as finding separated children or elderly people in need in the sea of people in the city."
Motorola Solutions Australia and New Zealand managing director Con Balaskas said innovation is essential for Australia's emergency services to stay ahead of its most complex challenges.
"Public safety and business organizations can face huge risks in managing their day-to-day work, from responding to early high-season fires to keeping transportation networks operating safely and efficiently," said Barascas.
"They need the best tools and technology possible to keep their operations running smoothly while keeping themselves and all community members safe."
Motorola solutions to improve employee collaboration include: Security and Effectiveness:
Auto License Plate VR Experience: A virtual reality headset that demonstrates license plate recognition and in-vehicle video technology from Motorola Solutions. This VR prototype represents the actual solution Victoria Police uses to identify dangerous and unauthorized drivers and detect stolen and unregistered vehicles in real time.
Spillman Ally: A web-based software as a service (SaaS) platform designed to provide security organizations with effective, mobile, and easy-to-use security software for event management and scheduling.
Edesix: Professional portable video solutions that increase security, safety, and provide convincing evidence for a variety of industries including the business sector.
SmartConnect: Web-based that automatically switches mission-critical voice communications to broadband or satellite when needed.
On November 27 (Wednesday) and November 28 (Thursday), you can experience these technologies at booth 118 at Comms Connect Melbourne in Australia.