Motorola Next-Gen MOTOTRBO features launched

Wednesday, 22 March, 2017

Motorola Next-Gen MOTOTRBO features launched

A comprehensive set of industrial-focused features has been launched by Motorola Solutions at a series of channel partner conferences.

Innovative technology solutions combining voice and data will enable organisations to work more effectively while reaching higher levels of safety and productivity.

Motorola Solutions communications technology is being deployed in sectors such as transportation, oil and gas, mining, forestry, hospitality and retail. The MOTOTRBO portfolio will be further customised to help these sectors achieve their business performance and growth objectives. Solutions will be tailored to suit companies of different sizes as well as the needs of technology users working in different roles.

“Our approach starts with understanding the specific needs of each customer and ends with providing tailored solutions to help businesses increase their safety and efficiency,” said Mike O’Connor, vice president, radio channel sales, Asia Pacific, Motorola Solutions.

“This can include a range of services, from enterprise software applications to after-sales support and collaborating with our large and experienced community of partners and end users.”

Features of next-generation MOTOTRBO solutions presented at this year’s conferences include:

  • a small radio with an enhanced colour display for easy reading of messages and workflow functions. The Bluetooth-enabled XiR E8628i is especially suited to retail and hospitality sectors, where sleek radios are easier for service staff to handle and carry, as well as certain roles in heavy industries where slim radios provide greater convenience;
  • the integration of WAVE 5000 Work Group Communications software with Capacity Max (a MOTOTRBO digital trunking solution) to enable more efficient management of radiofrequency channels while extending secure radio network access to users of smartphones and other devices;
  • a single-frequency repeater to extend the range of two-way radios, especially for indoor coverage. Using a single frequency reduces operating costs for end users. This is especially beneficial in hospitality, retail, manufacturing and construction sectors, where there are often multiple sites to manage with low-spectrum resources.

This year also marks the 10th anniversary of the MOTOTRBO portfolio. Motorola Solutions is the founding member of the digital mobile radio association (DMRA) and a market leader in the DMR standard.

Image credit: © Kazimiarovich

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