Michigan County Selects Televate for Public-Safety Radio Project
Monday, September 13, 2021 | Comments

Hillsdale County, Michigan, awarded Televate a contract to assist in assessing the feasibility and expected costs to migrate its public-safety radio communications to the Michigan Public Safety Communications System (MPSCS), a statewide 700/800 MHz system that provides public-safety voice communications and paging services to thousands of agencies across the state.

As part of the contract, Televate will work closely with the county and its stakeholders to identify shortcomings in the existing conventional VHF radio network, identify county assets that can be leveraged for a new implementation, and establish a sustainable evolution plan that accommodates user needs while minimizing cost.

Televate has extensive experience working in Michigan, including with counties using the MPSCS. Earlier this year, Televate supported Antrim County with a similar analysis and is currently working with four separate entities in the state related to MPSCS integration.

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