Prince William County (PWC) Deploys Motorola PremiereOne Platform to Improve Emergency Response
February 19, 2013
, TMCnet Contributor
Prince William County (PWC), one of Virginia’s fastest growing counties, reportedly deployed Motorola’s (News - Alert) PremierOne platform in an effort to modernize its public safety operations and enhance emergency response.
The county’s citizens can now expect much more efficient incident management and faster response times.
Motorola claimed that its highly reliable, public safety grade radio system has served the County and its residents well for many years, and the deployment was a result of this strong foundation it has with the county. PWC will now see its operations taken to new levels of efficiency and safety with Motorola’s solution offering, expertise and local resources needed to plan, implement and run a new countywide system.
Scott Boggs, battalion chief of Prince William County commented, “PWC will be able to gain greater utilization of the current system and increase visibility to our entire operation with the secure integration of the ASTRO 25 radio network, devices, PremierOne and third-party applications. Motorola -Solutions has been our trusted communications provider since 1999 and has the ability to deliver a next generation, future-proof platform that meets our needs today and tomorrow. Ensuring the safety of our personnel has always been a top priority for our agency and now we are able to offer our police, fire and EMS responders more accurate information, better resource tracking and a safer environment.”
Motorola claimed that its PremierOne is a trusted solution for law enforcement partners that provide real-time information access, accurate incident assessment and response optimization when and where users need them the most.
The PremiereOne solution installed by PWC will let multiple agencies seamlessly share information across various systems and databases.
With end-to-end system integration across the entire system – including 9-1-1, radio systems, console, CAD, Records and other mission-critical data resources – first responders now have the ability to share best situational intelligence, coordination and collaboration.
Jackie Wasni, vice president of Motorola Solutions, added, “Motorola Solutions has the demonstrated experience, stability, and qualifications to provide Prince William County with a powerful, intuitive solution that will easily grow and adapt to any future needs. We understand first responders’ need to gather information quickly so we’ll continue to provide a state-of-the-art solution that will help them serve local citizens for many years to come.”
Edited by Braden Becker