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Transportation and logistics companies want to be able to seamlessly collaborate with instant team communications from any location, network or device to better manage risk, more quickly respond to customers and differentiate themselves in the marketplace.

Top Priorities for 2017 and Beyond
  • Improving safety of employees
  • Hiring skilled drivers
  • Increasing on-time delivery for higher customer satisfaction
  • Understanding and complying with new government-issued mandates
  • Implementation of fleet management solutions
Limitations and Challenges in Trucking Communications
Like many others, the trucking industry has seen an explosion in the number of devices used to communicate. The majority use multiple devices to communicate with each other. And while smartphones are the most widely used devices, respondents said they presented a number of communication limitations and challenges, including coverage gaps and battery issues.

Distracted Driving
Smartphones and other devices also raise the specter of distracted driving along with associated government safety regulations. The trucking industry has responded with a number of measures meant to address the problem, including optimizing communications, vehicle tracking, and installing two-way radios in vehicles.

Many Users. Different Devices. Multiple Locations. All MOTOTRBO™.
Last-minute changes in cargo. Unscheduled package pick-ups. Unexpected delays on the road. How do you keep employees in contact while keeping them safe, wherever they travel? With a system that provides instant dispatch and reliable communication to manage your fleet, no matter where they go. A system so efficient and easy to use, it can improve customer service and reduce operating costs.

Why Do Businesses Implement Two-Way Radios?
Expected Benefits on Day-to-Day Operations:
  • Improve worker safety
  • Boost efficiency/productivity
  • Respond to any field issue effectively
  • Make decisions faster with real-time data
  • Manage routes more efficiently
Devices and Means of Communication
In 2017, school personnel are overwhelmingly using multiple devices on the job, but the mix of devices and means of communication they’re actually using may surprise you. Internet and email are the primary form of communication. Two-way radios were the next most popular device, followed by cell phones and land line phones. In fact, the use of two-way radios in schools has tripled in the last 2 years.

While analog radios offer a high degree of reliability and have been used in schools for decades, today’s digital radios combine the reliability of analog with the best aspects of smartphones, so school employees have access to advanced safety features, a continuously expanding library of applications, and tools like text messaging, Bluetooth® connectivity, GPS tracking, and Wi-Fi®.

The Disconnect: School Priorities vs. School Capabilities
For the women and men who dedicate their careers to educating our children, there is no greater imperative than keeping their students safe. In order to do so, communication is key. This includes having always-available communication for emergencies. Communicating directly with colleagues and first responders from any device, anywhere. Hearing clearly among chaos. But alarmingly, and through no fault of their own, most respondents’ safety and communication priorities simply don’t align with their schools’ reported capabilities.

Unlocking the Power of Team Communications
Today’s schools use technology in almost every facet of education. But when it comes to communication, too often they must make do with aging or inefficient equipment. Our children and educators deserve better. By unlocking the power of Team Communications, school staff can quickly communicate with each other and first responders, using any device, with a catalog of robust apps to choose from.

Instantly connect staff and public safety personnel in an emergency. Keep track of children, colleagues, and assets from any location. Monitor buses and routes in real time. Link districts and staff efficiently over any device. With Team Communications from Motorola Solutions, schools are safer and staff members are more productive.
Discover Motorola Team Communications
Coordinate Different Departments with Advanced Voice and Data with MOTOTRBO™ Integrated Communications

The backbone of integrated communications is the MOTOTRBO digital two-way radio platform. This complete, flexible and adaptable solution includes two-way digital radios, accessories, applications, systems and support services. MOTOTRBO integrates voice and data to help staff coordinate and collaborate more productively and efficiently, no matter the size of your operation. You get reliable, real-time communications at the touch of a button to respond instantly to guests and help improve safety and security. Whether you want to communicate between buildings, across a multi-acre complex or with a branch at a different location, MOTOTRBO connects everyone seamlessly.

With a wide variety of solutions, designed for diverse roles and different departments, count on clear, discreet communication from the front lobby to the back nine.
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WAVE Solution Helps Connexus Energy Extend Radio PTT to Broadband Devices
Connexus Energy elevates safety, productivity and customer service with the help of a flexible work group communications system that uses Motorola Solutions WAVE 5000 broadband push-to-talk to extend its MOTOTRBO professional two-way radio network to office and mobile users on computers, smartphone and tablets.
Motorola's latest offers include trade-in offers for the XPR 7000e Series, SL 7000e Series, SLR 8000 Series Repeaters and a variety of financing options, such as 0% financing with no payments until April 2018.

Don’t miss out on these offers, taking place October 1 through December 31, 2017.

On all Motorola Solutions equipment purchases over $25,000
You’ve told us how important financing is to you. Once again, we’re helping you overcome any budget concerns. You take advantage of a special financing offer of 0% with no payments until 2018.

NO Payments Until 2018 | NO Interest | NO Prepayment Penalty
  • All commercial and municipal customers are eligible
  • Use IRS Section 179 to write off your equipment purchase in 2017 and pay over the life of equipment use
  • 100% financing including installations, licensing and other soft costs
  • Offer can be combined with the current MOTOTRBO™ radio trade-in offers
Tax may be applicable on payment • Minimum contract value must be $25,000 of Motorola equipment only • Promotion period: October 1 - December 31, 2017 • Actual factor may vary depending on end user credit and financial references • Estimated payments are for companies in business two years or more • Lease proposal is to be used for estimation purposes • Rates are subject to change • Subject to credit approval and receipt of required documents by Lease Corporation of America • Applications must be received and approved by December 31, 2017

You can now save $1,200.00 when you purchase 10 MOTOTRBO XPR 7000e Series radios and trade in 10 eligible units.

You can now save $1,200.00 when you purchase 10 SL 7000e Series radios and trade in 10 eligible units.

You can save $500.00 when you purchase a Motorola SLR 8000 Repeater and trade in a repeater from Motorola Solutions or another manufacturer. Save even more by combining these offers!
Learn more about Motorola’s Latest Promotions

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