Unified Workgroup Communications
- Today’s constantly advancing enterprise and public safety landscape is made up of diverse workforces and cross-functional teams that need flexible tools to collaborate simply and effectively across different networks, devices and applications.
The Evolve is Motorola Solutions latest offering in its integrated communications ecosystem. Evolve provides flexible access to instant voice communication at the push-of-a-button as well as productivity enhancing data applications on a single device. The new solution enables cross-functional teams to connect and collaborate seamlessly across land mobile radio (LMR), broadband and Wi-Fi networks.
When a critical event such as a major supply chain disruption occurs, extended teams on different networks often need to work together to get services running again. Responding teams including frontline officers, road authorities and volunteers all need flexible access to critical information sources to ensure outcomes are managed safely and efficiently. Meanwhile, senior public safety officials who do not carry a radio can use Evolve to securely connect with their teams working on the frontline.
The ultra rugged Evolve features an intuitive, Android™ platform-based user interface with access to open applications, helping organizations to simplify management, automate their workflows and access information on the go. In addition, the new device provides familiar features for two-way radio users including dedicated channel control, PTT and emergency buttons for intuitive use at critical times.
“Whether used for instant voice communication or to enhance workflows with smart applications, Evolve is ideal for tapping into Motorola Solutions’ broader ecosystem of technologies”, said Mark Schmidl, senior vice president at Motorola Solutions.
“Today’s connected workforces are grappling with increasingly complex operational and security challenges. Evolve provides a seamless and intuitive way for enterprise and public safety organisations to securely and dynamically communicate, with the enhanced ability to collaborate with video, images and other content,” Schmidl said.