For fire department radios, reliability during a range of demanding situations is critical. With endless variables at play at the scene of an emergency, a firefighter’s two way radio must function optimally under a wide range of conditions in order to improve response times, enhance safety for responders and enable seamless communication when the stakes are high.… Read More»
Like many other countries, Canada realizes that wind power is an important way to diversify energy supplies; however, maintaining and operating wind farms can be dangerous work. Wind farm radios are a must to ensure employee safety and enhance productivity in this demanding work environment.
School administrators, faculty and parent associations already know that two way radios or walkie talkies are a powerful tool for enhancing school safety, security and efficiency. Two way radios like the Motorola DTR650 make it easier to keep everyone in touch, from teachers and administrators to crossing guards, and maintenance staff — improving safety, security and… Read More»
From fire and police departments to paramedics and search and rescue, we rely on emergency services in dire situations and to ensure public safety and health. For these professionals, instant, reliable communication during an emergency is critical, and responders rely on emergency services two way radios to stay connected when it matters most.
Motorola’s commercial radios are essential in the construction sector. From job co-ordination and management, to subcontracting and more, construction radios offer instant wireless communication that keep projects safe, productive, on-schedule and on-budget.
We head to our local recreation facilities for a variety of reasons – among them, to exercise, socialize, relax and play. Whether it’s golf courses, museums or campgrounds, immediate, clear communication is essential for everything from to ensuring day-to-day operations run smoothly, to maintaining safety and security. That’s why the following two way radios or… Read More»
As Canada’s most populous province, Ontario accounts for nearly 40% of all Canadians. With an abundance of natural resources and excellent transportation links, manufacturing is Ontario’s principal industry. Important products include motor vehicles, iron, steel, food, electrical appliances, machinery, chemicals and paper. Ontario is also known for its service and hospitality industries as tourism is also… Read More»
Nearly all of the new wireless technology being deployed in organizations is digital and IP-based. Legacy analog equipment that remains across North America will continue to be replaced as the shift toward digital equipment expands in the wireless systems space. The primary driver for this final push are organizational needs to deliver data and applications… Read More»
Alberta is Canada’s fourth most populated province and home to the supply and service hub for Canada’s oil industry. Both Edmonton and Calgary have populations exceeding one million, while the outlying areas of Banff, Jasper and Drumheller are notable tourist destinations. This mix of hard trade and service industries means Alberta relies on Motorola two… Read More»
British Columbia, with a population of over 4.5 million, has a largely resource-based economy that includes logging, farming and mining. Vancouver, the province’s largest city, serves as the headquarters of many of the Western-based natural resource companies.