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800-722-6793 | WWW.TRI-ELECTRONICS.COM 8 MOTOTRBO VIDEO DRIVE SAFETY HOME WITH OPERATIONS-CRITICAL APPLICATIONS GPS location tracking on two-way radios helps schools monitor bus locations and manage logistics. Bus-fleet managers can determine the speed and location of vehicles, engine alerts, hard braking, fuel consumption and ignition status. They can re-route buses around local accidents and traffic jams, pinpoint where a bus is in real time, and see whether a driver is deviating from the route. Other apps enable schools to inspect buses, track upkeep and inform them if bus doors are left open and if drivers are on duty. Operations-critical apps beyond the fleet also enhance safety, increase efficiency and reduce costs. Security personnel can be automatically notified if a school door or gate is breached and remotely open or close it. Maintenance can turn lights on or off, control sprinklers and handle a multitude of other tasks with their two-way radios. KEEP CONNECTED WHEN CONDITIONS ARE TOUGHEST MOTOTRBO is made to last. Motorola’s rugged, waterproof and intrinsically safe radios endure a rigorous Accelerated Life Testing (ALT) purpose-built device that simulates up to 5 years of field use. They design and engineer MOTOTRBO products to survive the harsh conditions of everyday operations. EXTEND REACH WELL BEYOND CLASSROOMS When you’re running a school district, you need more than just radio-to-radio communications. MOTOTRBO has coverage options to suit your needs - whether you’re operating in a single building, a large campus, or even multiple locations. Connecting thousands of radio and smartphone users in a single location, your capacity options are virtually unlimited. KEEP COMMUNICATING FOR LONGER Because MOTOTRBO radios use much less power in digital mode than analog, batteries last significantly longer on a single charge. CONNECT PERSONNEL, DEVICES AND NETWORKS Leverage the resources you already have to communicate with employees on their own devices. WAVE extends your radio’s reach to those who may not carry radios. Now the principal at a convention or the administrator away from campus can talk on their smartphones with radio users at school.