Mobile app allows first responders to communicate without LMR coverage
Raytheon Company said it has developed a mobile application for PCs, tablets and smart phones that allows first responders to interact and communicate without the use of land mobile radios (LMRs).
As a part of Raytheon’s Interoperability Communications Suite, the new mobile application allows authorized personnel to use tablets and smartphones as “virtual radios.”
Raytheon is demonstrating the new application at the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) annual conference and exposition from Aug. 20 – 22 in Minneapolis. MN.
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