Motorola Solutions technologies provide critical real-time information to operations centers to help improve operational efficiency.
 
  • With drones used to monitor railways, integrated applications and multi-media communications, as well as mission-critical communication systems, the company is demonstrating the benefits of technology for public transport around the world.
BOGOTA, Colombia - April 26, 2016- Demand for transport in Colombian cities is rising rapidly. Commuters spend 21 hours on the road per year, 30.4% more than 2003, according to local District Department of Transport. Intelligent communication solutions and services can help mass transit networks be more efficient, reduce waiting time or avoid service disruptions. By using Motorola Solutions CommandCentral Aware, it is possible to anticipate service interruptions due to potential demonstrations taking place in a public thoroughfare. It can help identify potential problem areas and alert to implement mitigation response by providing real-time situational awareness instantly. It integrates video, sensors, alerts and voice intelligence into a single interface for monitoring activity. Available data is aggregated for fast correlation to anticipate or respond to incidents.
 
By using cameras and a system that provides alerts about changes in pre defined behavioral patterns, it is possible to spot a suspicious bag that has been left unattended for a considerable period of time in a high-traffic area. The authorized staff can have all this information from the operations center at their fingertips. The LEX L10 Mission Critical Handheld redefines the broadband experience and simplifies data to deliver the intelligence workers in the field need to make faster decisions using all the information available.
 
Specific solutions, such as camera drones streaming real-time video to coordinate track repairs in distant areas or even supporting an emergency program in remote areas, can also help cut operational costs. Cities from around the world, such as London, Shanghai, Medellin, Caracas, São Paulo or  Buenos Aires, among others, have deployed advanced communication systems, and solutions have been tailored to their the specific needs
 
"Population growth in Latin American cities and international security concerns bring new challenges to the mass passenger transportation industry. Ensuring commuter safety is a regional priority and Motorola Solutions delivers technology specifically designed to support functionality, safety and convenience of urban transportation.said Alcedir Goulart, Motorola Solutions senior business development manager, Latin America Transportation and Logistics.  
 
Motorola Solutions is planning some demonstrations of its specialized technology solutions for mass transit at MetroLatam 2016 Conference in Medellin, from April 26-28. The company will showcase TETRA mission critical communication systems and the WAVE Work Group Communications, an interoperable push-to-talk communication solution that unifies communication between broadband and two-way land mobile radio networks, offering secure, real-time data and voice messaging over any network or device. This is a key solution for emergencies because it works as a bridge enabling a fluid communication environment for different types of devices. For example, a radio can interoperate with a smartphone.
 
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Media Contact:
Andrea Modarelli
Communications Manager for Latin America & the Caribbean
Motorola Solutions
O:+5411 4837 4002
E: andrea.modarelli1@motorolasolutions.com
 
Catalina Ochoa
Account Executive
Motorola Solutions
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E: catalina@in-tacto.com
 

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