Keeping Responders Connected Before, During and After a Disaster

When it comes to keeping public safety, government and other first responders connected during a disaster, Motorola Solutions' land mobile radios and infrastructure provide robust technology for the job, supporting mission-critical voice communications in life-and-death ​situations.

​From hurricanes and blizzards to earthquakes and forest fires, land mobile radios deliver the coverage, capacity, control and security required to keep responders and citizens safe.
California Camp Fire:
Dependability in Moments That Matter


Q&A With Travis Boettcher, Regional VP for the West

The California Camp Fire started in Butte County Nov. 8, 2018. It spread rapidly over a two-week period, covering more than 150,000 acres and destroying more than 18,000 structures. It’s impossible to predict when a disaster of this scale will occur. A rapid response was needed by first responders to control the blaze, assist with search and recovery efforts, and most importantly, get those in the fire’s path to safety. The radios and networks they depend on every day are even more important in situations like this and require interoperability as local and national agencies converge on the scene to help.

Read about how Motorola Solutions responded.
Hurricane Michael:
Rapid Response When Every Second Counts


Q&A with Robert Marshall, Vice President, Southeast Region, Motorola Solutions

Hurricane Michael made landfall Oct. 10, 2018 along the Florida Panhandle. With sustained winds of 155 mph, Michael was the third-most intense Atlantic hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. and the first Category 4 storm to make landfall along the Florida Panhandle since records began. By the time it was over, Hurricane Michael claimed at least 60 lives and caused unprecedented damage, with estimates of more than $11 billion.

Read about how Motorola Solutions responded.
 

 

Hurricane Florence:
Prepare, Respond, Recover


Q&A with Robert Marshall, Vice President, Southeast Region, Motorola Solutions

On Sept. 14, 2018, Hurricane Florence made landfall in North and South Carolina. The Category 1 storm brought with it epic flooding and pounding winds. The devastating wake of Hurricane Florence claimed 42 lives and damage estimates up to $18.5 billion. South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster described it as one of the worst disasters in that state’s modern history.

Read about how Motorola Solutions responded.
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