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Situations that require effective and fast action demand that public safety officials are equipped with the most dependable public safety communications technology. Motorola’s public safety communication networks offer the flexibility you need in mission critical situations. Locate your mobile teams in real time, communicate seamlessly across agencies and activate broadband in a given area. Whatever the need, ensure that the public safety communications systems your agency is using can meet the challenges faced by first responders.

Our team can help design and implement specific industry solutions such as APCO 25 Voice and Data Communications, Interoperable Communications, Secure Mobile Broadband on Public carrier with 4G capability, Deployable Communication Systems, APCO 25 HPD Solutions and Narrowbanding – all critical factors affecting today’s public safety first responders.

In the harsh environment of mission critical vehicles, access to vital information when and where you need it is crucial. MCIS integrates CAD systems, Records Management, Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) and other applications.

Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) delivers the ability to read vehicle license plates and check them against a database to rapidly identify vehicles. Fixed cameras can be mounted in high traffic areas or mobile units can be installed in patrol vehicles. Systems can be used for several applications including:

  • Identifying stolen vehicles
  • Amber alert
  • Identifying vehicles with outstanding parking citations
  • Tracking suspects of interest
  • Identifying authorized/unauthorized parking privileges

There are many challenges associated with staying connected to critical applications while mobile. You deal with several challenges including network connectivity, session persistence, security, and bandwidth requirements. MCIS has the hardware, software, and network experience to solve many of these issues. We also have the ability to integrate legacy data radio systems with carrier IP networks to leverage your current investment and increase your capabilities.

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Motorola APX 6500 ALPR - Automatic License Plate Recognition Motorola APX4000
We've put exceptional flexibility into an advanced mission critical mobile radio that is easy to operate and intuitive to use. The APX 6500 P25 mobile allows users to choose from 4 control heads; mid- and high-power models and multiple installation configurations in an easy-to-install design. Innovative safety features such as GPS location tracking, intelligent lighting and one-touch controls help keep first responders safer than ever before. Enhance your officers' safety and productivity while maximizing your department's revenue. Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) delivers the ability to read vehicle license plates and check them against an installed database for rapid identity verification. The license plate recognition system has been used to locate stolen or wanted vehicles and identify parking-ticket scofflaws. 

This rapidly deployable, scalable solution uses rugged infrared cameras that connect to leading-edge optical character recognition (OCR) technology software, allowing you to conduct surveillance under varied lighting and weather conditions. Captured information is immediately processed, and you are alerted only when a "hit" occurs.
The APX 4000 delivers all the benefits of P25 technology in the smallest P25 Phase 2 portable in the industry. Easy to use, tough as nails, a hard value to beat, it connects public works, utilities and rural public safety users to first responders for fast, interoperable communications. Durable enough to withstand dust, heat, shock and submersion, the APX 4000 is IP67 and MIL-STD certified. It iss packed with key features to help keep you safe, like mission-critical wireless, 2-microphone noise suppression, GPS outdoor location and AES encryption. And it is designed with simpler controls and a large multifunction knob for ease of use.
Motorola APX6000 Motorola APX6000XE Motorola APX7000
Delivering outstanding performance in a lightweight form factor without sacrificing the features you need most. The APX™ 6000 is the next generation of ruggedly reliable performers that gives you the advanced features such as Mission Critical Wireless and GPS location tracking in a small, P25 TDMA-capable radio. Whether you are responding to a call or racing to a fire, the APX™ 6000 puts you in greater control of your safety, response time and technology investment. Designed with extreme ergonomics and advanced features in a single-band, rugged form factor, the APX 6000XE is the ideal communication solution for first responders working in extreme environments. Its exaggerated controls make the radio easy to use while wearing gloves, and the extreme audio profile allows firefighters to be heard and clearly understood in high noise environments. Offered in three models, departments now have the flexibility to equip firefighters and EMS users with advanced features like Front Panel Programming (FPP), text messaging and GPS location tracking. The APX 7000 multi-band radio places instant interoperability into the hands of mission-critical first responders. Motorola's 4th generation P25 Subscriber is capable of multi-band interoperability in one radio and can operate in any 2 of the following frequency bands: 700/800 MHz ,VHF, UHF Range 1, and UHF Range 2 offers backward and forward compatibility (FDMA and TDMA), and integrated GPS for outdoor location tracking. Designed with mission-critical technology, the radio amplifies public safety official's ability to keep the community safer than ever before.
Motorola APX7000XE Motorola APX7500 Motorola APX7500
We've taken safety to the extreme with the APX™ 7000XE – our most advanced, rugged radio with innovative features designed by first responders for first responders in extreme environments. 
 
Together we created an ergonomically superior radio that is easy to operate, with glove-friendly controls and a large top display. Significantly louder and clearer audio so that every word is heard. A mission critical multiband, multi-protocol radio so seamless, you can be confident communications are interoperable. Focus on the task, not the technology, with a high-performance radio that stands out in the toughest conditions.
The APX™ 7500 Consolette is the ideal complement to your dispatch console. It is the low cost, mid-power RF control station for the ASTRO®25 system when you want a wireless dispatch solution. Plus, you can use it as an emergency backup station when infrastructure is off-line or for wireless access to different system types for increased interoperability between agencies. Equipped with leading edge P25 Phase 2 TDMA technology and multiband interoperability, the APX 7500 consolette is the first choice for public safety and federal users. The APX 7500 multi-band radio delivers instant interoperability into the hands of mission critical first responders. Motorola's fourth generation P25 mobile radio is capable of multi-band interoperability and can operate in any two of the following frequency bands (700/800 MHz ,VHF, UHF Range 1, and UHF Range 2). It provides backwards and forwards compatibility (FDMA and TDMA) and integrated GPS for outdoor location tracking. The APX 7500 offers a complete control head portfolio with 5 options, giving users the flexibility to choose the control head that best meets their operational needs. Designed with mission critical technology, the radio amplifies public safety officials' ability to keep the community safer than ever before.
MVX1000 Digital Video System
As in-car video becomes a necessity in law enforcement, we deliver the MVX1000. From its rugged, solid-state form factor to its intuitive user interface, the MVX1000 In-Car Digital Video System is designed to capture high-quality video in the vehicle while letting you focus on your job. 

The solid-state hard drive records video, audio, and GPS location. At the station, download data to the server – wirelessly, or over a wire. Video, audio, and data streams can be reviewed or exported as evidence. Correlate video from multiple cars – or with additional software, integrate fixed-video feeds and audio logs to reconstruct an incident, minutes or months after it occurs.