The global data communications and telecommunications equipment provider says the offer will enable essential organisations “to benefit from the capabilities the service delivers to mobilise frontline workers and unify group communications across multiple technology users”.
“Commercial, emergency and volunteer organisations are at the frontline of the response, helping to keep the country safe. Motorola Solutions anticipates that many responding organisations do not have immediate access to instant push-to-talk communications they need to mobilise volunteers and other frontline personnel,” Motorola Solutions said.
“The most important use of technology right now is helping essential organisations and frontline personnel to work more safely and efficiently,” said Con Balaskas, Managing Director A/NZ for Motorola Solutions.
“We are working closely with our partners and customers throughout Australia and New Zealand to provide technology and our support to help them deliver their essential work.”
WAVE connects teams by enabling push-to-talk functionality across phones, radios and computers ensuring users have access to individual and group calls, texts, location and mapping services and secure communications.