This week at StudioOne, Andrew Seybold, CEO and Principal Analyst of Andrew Seybold, Inc., joins JVCKENWOOD's Mitch Urbanczyk in the studio to discuss land mobile radio (LMR), Long Term Evolution (LTE), and the evolution of public safety grade communications
Whether you’re charging toward a burning building or performing a routine traffic stop, you never know what danger you are approaching. Your radio is your lifeline to communicate with dispatch and your team. That’s why we’re committed to developing the highest-quality P25 communication equipment with the most advanced technology so first responders can focus on their mission – protecting and saving lives. The KENWOOD Viking difference is what sets us apart from other radio vendors.
The JVCKENWOOD team attended IAFC's Fire-Rescue International (FRI) Conference and Expo in Dallas, TX last month to showcase our latest innovative solutions for fire agencies.
Last week, the JVCKENWOOD team traveled to Las Vegas to showcase our latest innovations in public safety technology at APCO International's 84th Annual Conference & Expo. Thousands of attendees representing PSAP, law enforcement, fire services, EMS, and government agencies gathered alongside over 275 vendors at the Sands Expo Center.
JVCKENWOOD expands its Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) offering with KENWOOD KAIROS.
Agencies often manage multiple fleets of radios and traditional radio configurators are not adequate to the task. Modern P25 trunked communication systems can support thousands to tens of thousands of radios and programming and updating radios one-by-one demands a significant amount of time, resources, and manpower that public safety agencies simply do not have to spare.
Preparing a successful grant application can be a daunting task. Like many agencies you are probably wondering where to start, what grants are best for you, and how to craft the perfect grant application to set your agency up for success.
First responders often work in noisy environments and having radio communications with clear audio can be a matter of life or death. It is critical that emergency radio dispatchers can understand first responders even in the most challenging noise environments.
The JVCKENWOOD team had another exciting year at the Fire Department Instructor’s Conference in Indianapolis, IN last week. Over 34,000 firefighters gathered at the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium for a full week of training and exhibition.
First responders rely on radio communications as their lifeline and require enhanced communication awareness to protect themselves and their teams. Firefighters have a unique challenge and require radio communications which thrive in a dynamic fire scene environment.