LexisNexis, Motorola Solutions Form Public Safety Tech Partnership; Haywood Talcove Quoted

Haywood Talcove

LexisNexis Risk Solutions and Motorola Solutions have partnered to develop a joint technology offering for government clients to gather, access and analyze public safety data.

The partnership will incorporate data and analytics technology from LexisNexis into a Motorola-made software platform in an effort to accelerate the public information collection process, Motorola said Thursday.

Both companies expect to launch the integrated platform in the U.S. market early next year.

Haywood Talcove, CEO of LexisNexis’ government solutions business, said the company aims to bring additional data into public safety missions through the partnership with Motorola.

“Our first responders keep our communities safe, and we are honored to support them,” Talcove added.

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