When you need direct communication with other teachers, staff or a school resource officer, upgrade your older analog radios to a digital two-way radio network from us. Motorola radios provide instant, reliable communications to specific groups or individuals. When bad things happen, nothing is faster than push-to-talk.
While analog radios offer a high degree of reliability and have been used in schools for decades, today's digital radios combine the reliability of analog with the best aspects of smartphones, so school employees have access to advanced safety features, a continuously expanding library of applications, and tools like text messaging, Bluetooth® connectivity, GPS tracking, and Wi-Fi®.
Motorola Solutions' MOTOTRBO is a complete end-to-end solution. MOTOTRBO's extensive portfolio means you can custom-build your school's complete solution, including radios, infrastructure, systems, accessories, applications and services designed around what you need today and in the future.
MOTOTRBO digital two-way radios unify your staff and fleet with instant, always-available communications, anywhere they go – districtwide. When emergencies arise, from an injured student to an intruder on campus, two-way radios connect staff directly and instantly. Your school is no longer subject to cellular overcrowding during inclement weather or an emergency. It's one of several key advantages of MOTOTRBO radios over cell phones.
Schools have relied on two-way radios for decades. But today, digital technology, like Motorola Solutions' MOTOTRBO two-way radios, is at the cutting edge of instant communications, combining the best features of smartphones with the reliability and power of push-to-talk (PTT). Now, principals, teachers, IT staff, bus drivers, and operations personnel have access to features like text messaging, Bluetooth® connectivity, GPS awareness, and Wi-Fi® connectivity. Plus, MOTOTRBO includes important safety features such as Transmit Interrupt, which prioritizes critical communications, interrupting other calls to be certain that the most important information is heard by all users in an emergency.