Motorola Solutions is technology company which was created when Motorola split and launched it’s new sub division for Motorola Mobility in 2011. The Solutions sub-brand of the company centers around connecting teams so that they have all the information they need at critical moments and has a $30 billion market capitalization!
What products do Motorola Solutions offer?
Motorola Solutions core focuses on providing all aspect of security for both people and assets. They have an extensive two-way radio portfolio with solutions ranging: ASTRO 25 (P25), TETRA, MOTOTRBO (DMR), licensed two-way radios, unlicenced two-way radios and consumer walkie-talkies.
Outside of this, their portfolio also covers other communication equipment and data communications including:
- Command Centre Software Suite
- Public Safety LTE
- Video Security & Management Software
- Body work cameras
- CCTV Cameras (under the Aviligon sub-brand)
Motorola solutions has a long history of providing engineering innovation. Originally a battery eliminator manufacturer, they then went on to design and build car radios and radios for police and military use. Motorola Solutions radios were used extensively by the US army in world war 2.
After world war 2, Motorola solutions moved in to transistor and television manufacturing. Motorola Solutions then progressed to mass radio communication developing car telephones, cellular radios and communications for NASA (Neil Armstrong’s famous words spoken during the moon landing were transmitted using a Motorola device).
The main company is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois however Motorola Solutions sells it’s portfolio of products through an authorised distribution channel of Motorola vendors. At Minerva, we are a trusted partner of Motorola Solutions and can help advise and implement their communication solutions software across all industries across the MEA region.
If you have a query on how two-way radio or data communications solutions could help your business then get in touch with one of our technical experts today.