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Motorola pushes 'Safer Cities' at homeland security event in Malaysia

AvantiKumar | Oct. 8, 2013
Public safety technology is shifting into an interactive mode, says Motorola Solutions Malaysia's country president Mohd Rauf Nasir.

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Photo - (From left) Mohd Rauf Nasir, Country President, Motorola Solutions Malaysia; and Balbir Singh, Vice President, Asia and Middle East, Motorola Solutions show their latest law enforcement solutions for patrol cars.


Communications solutions provider Motorola Solutions demonstrated some of its public safety offerings to promote 'Safer Cities' at the General Police Equipment Exhibition and Conference (GPEC) Asia 2013 in Putrajaya, Malaysia.

During the event held in early October, which is exclusively for government homeland security agencies, Motorola Solutions Malaysia country president Mohd Rauf Nasir said: "Public safety technology is moving into a more interactive phase where voice communication is being combined with video and data abilities into a single operational view, so that responders and agencies can move from just reacting to intelligent prediction."

Motorola Solutions has been working in the public safety industry for more than 85 years to help build more effective response strategies, said Mohd Rauf.

"We remain committed to innovation and we are constantly bringing future technologies to the market to meet evolving customer needs," he said. "Our public safety solutions showcased at GPEC will help agencies to unify communications through intelligent networks and devices, effectively capture information, and turn intelligent data into proactive and smart response strategies."


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