Public safety system

Monday, 04 September, 2006 | Supplied by:

Motorola has announced Motomesh, a multi-radio mesh networking broadband system that supports up to four radio networks in a single access point. It can be used for public works, public users and public safety agencies in the Asia-Pacific region under the Public Protection (Safety) and Disaster Relief/Response (PPDR) scheme.

The PPDR initiative is part of the ITU's (International Telecommunication Union) effort to standardise the use of 4.9 GHz public safety band across the region for PPDR operations.

This is claimed to be one of the first multi-radio mobile broadband systems to combine the unlicensed Wi-Fi band (2.4 GHz) and the licensed public safety band (4.9 GHz) on a single access point; giving simultaneous secure wireless access to diverse communities such as the public works and public Wi-Fi users without compromising the broadband connections among public safety users.

Motomesh can securely transmit data and video to first responders in the field.

For example, users of the network can receive instant access to key information like building schematics, electrical diagrams, hazardous chemical reports and other information that empowers them to safely and efficiently perform their jobs. This helps to reduce the time taken to respond to emergencies.

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