Motorola Solutions and Sierra Wireless have partnered to offer a broadband communications service intended to help first responders communicate and share data inside vehicles while on the way to their missions.
The partnership seeks to integrate Sierra’s in-vehicle AirLink LTE router technology with Motorola’s public safety platforms to help emergency, law enforcement and firefighting personnel transmit incident data while in transit, Motorola said Monday.
The two companies will market the service as part of an integrated offering designed to support mission-critical communications.
Motorola added that its APX two-way radio system can link up with Sierra-built routers to help users offload data applications, as well as reroute data-intensive exchanges from a radio network to a broadband network.
According to Motorola, it also started to offer the MP70 LTE-A Pro and AirLink MG90 routers, which are designed to operate on the national broadband communications network AT&T is building with First Responder Network Authority through a public-private partnership.