Motorola P25-compliant network equipment is now deployed to all county-level offices in the United States, and the first responder, the 911 Center in Jefferson County, Alabama, enables the county to collaborate with 65 county agencies across the county for interoperable communications. To cope with the occurrence of large-scale natural disasters.
The Motorola ASTRO 25 wireless mobile network is multi-layered to handle storms such as tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters. Dispatchers at 10 different 911 call centers are now using the Motorola Solutions MCC7500 IP Dispatch Console to connect directly with the first responder. Government agencies are using more than 9,000 Motorola two-way radios.
The new system was used on July 31 and the old system has been deactivated.
During the contract period, the county will pay $985,714.26 per year, and the contract will begin on February 2. The Motorola solution is a partner of Jefferson County and Birmingham in the United States for 20 years.