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JM | Jul 4, 2022

Mototrbo Digital two-way radio launched in Jamaica

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Motorola Representative Jorge Fraile gives a presentation of the Mototrbo Two Way Radio Solution at its launch at the AC Hotel in St Andrew.

ICT services provider Productive Business Solutions (PBS) has teamed with Motorola to unveil what it considers the evolution of analog to solutions with the Mototrbo Digital Two-Way Radio.

PBS, a Motorola-certified Cisco Gold Integrator in Multi Country Region (MCR), is a technology provider that offers innovative solutions as well as ICT services and has operated in 22 countries across the Caribbean and Central America for more than 50 years.

From left: PBS Senior AIC Manager Sheldon Thompson gives a demonstration at the launch of the Mototrbo Two Way Radio Solution launch to UDC Deputy General Manager Sherlock Glenister and Ewan Simpson from the UDC General Counsel, in St Andrew.

During his presentation at the recent launch at the AC Marriott Hotel in St Andrew, Motorola Representative Jorge Frail, detailed the various characteristics and futuristic features of the new tech, which includes WIFI, Bluetooth connection, camera, monitor, GPS among others.

The radio has longer lasting battery life with 3,000 square feet and can accommodate a capacity of 250 users at once.

Acting Chief Operating Officer for the PBS Group Vennis Williamson shares details of the company at the launch of the Mototrbo Two Way Radio Solution at the AC Hotel in St Andrew.

“The Mototrbo Two Way Radio Solution was recently used at the 2022 staging of ISSA Boys and Girls’ Champs and the users were impressed with its features and how well they worked,” PBS Group Chief Operating Officer Vennis Williamson shared.

Jackie Sharpe, PSOJ vice president with responsibility & digital transformation, gives her speech at the launch of the Mototrbo Two Way Radio Solution at the AC Hotel in St Andrew recently.

“The PSOJ is very pleased to partner with PBS Technologies for this special launch event. At PSOJ innovation and digital transformation remains our core strategic priorities for advocacy and support. Over the past three years we have undoubtably seen a rapid acceleration in advancement and technology across all sectors globally. This has prompted us to take a closer look, keenly in our efforts to keep a pace with global trends,” said Jackie Sharpe, PSOJ vice president with responsibility for innovation & digital transformation.

This high coverage two-way radio is expected to be used in various sectors and government entities across Jamaica.

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