Motorola to Demo MCPTT Technology in Australia
Tuesday, November 20, 2018 | Comments

Motorola Solutions will demonstrate its push-to-talk (PTT) services to Australian public-safety agencies and businesses at Comms Connect Melbourne this week. Specifically, the company is demonstrating technology based on the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Release 13 standard mission-critical push to talk (MCPTT).

The solutions will complement and extend the highly secure and available mission-critical LMR services that public-safety agencies and businesses depend on every day, the company said. Motorola Solutions’ broadband PTT portfolio enables hundreds of millions of PTT calls, generating more than 20 million minutes of use globally each month on wireless carrier networks.

These PTT services open a gateway for further broadband-based connectivity that can be added to over time. This will enable users to take greater advantage of video, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and other data-based technologies to further increase situational awareness, safety and productivity for all employees.

“Customers all over the world depend on Motorola Solutions’ mission-critical solutions every day,” said Steve Crutchfield, vice president and managing director Motorola Solutions Australia and New Zealand. “Our advanced broadband PTT portfolio complements and extends essential LMR network access to a far greater number of workers across public-safety and enterprise environments while delivering a range of new data-based features to support organizations in times of crisis.”

Motorola plans commercial trials from early 2019.

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