The Secretariat of Public Security and Social Defense (SEGUP) of Pará, Brazil, has chosen Motorola Solutions to modernize its mission-critical communications to connect all public safety agencies across the country’s second-largest state, Pará.
The deployment is part of the ‘Speaking for all Pará’ initiative that is focused on equipping Pará’s public safety and government agencies with Motorola Solutions’ advanced APCO P25 radio technologies to enable faster, more effective emergency response to reduce crime and better protect the region’s eight million citizens.
Pará’s diverse landscape, spanning more than 1.2 million kilometers, from populous cities to the remote and dense Amazon rainforest, presents unique challenges for emergency services that further highlight the criticality of reliable and trusted communications for frontline workers.
Now, public safety agencies can rely on effective coverage, management and dispatch at mission-critical communications standards, whereas previously, their communications were limited to commercial networks.
“We have already reaped benefits in the first phase of the project with greater operationality in our police activity benefiting the North and Northeast regions of Pará, and later we will have full coverage of the state,” said Lieutenant Colonel Odiney Nogueira, Head of the Information Technology and Telecommunications Directorate (Ditel). “With Motorola Solutions’ technology we are now able to extend the reach of our communications to levels we have never even imagined.”Click below to share this article