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Mutualink Unveils Breakthrough Mobile Go Kit for Interoperable Public Safety Communications

Date: 2014-11-05
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New Product Transforms the Way Agencies Achieve Interoperability during Emergencies

Mutualink, an interoperable communications technology company, presented its Mobile Go Kit for first responders at the 121st Annual International Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference last month. In times of crisis, this easy-to-transport case for on-the-go interoperable communications enables public safety officials and emergency managers to establish secure command and control on the move, anywhere. The kit connects to 4G LTE/3G or hard-wired internet, bridging radio and telephone and enabling first responders to send and receive full motion video, files and text messages from remote locations.

The Mobile Go Kit contains an Interoperable Workstation (IWS) which allows public safety agencies to participate on the nationwide Interoperable Response and Preparedness Platform (IRAPP) network to collaborate with federal, state and local agencies, regardless of location.

Key features:

  • Best-in-class security with military-grade encryption
  • Ease of use and deployment, with plug and play functionality
  • Wide-area multi-mode connectivity

“Mutualink developed our interoperability solution to enable first responder agencies to securely share disparate radio, video and telephone communications with each other during emergencies,” said Mark Hatten, Mutualink’s CEO. “Our new Mobile Go Kit puts all of that interoperability into one case that can be set up in a mobile vehicle or transported to a temporary emergency management facility for real-time, ad hoc collaboration.”

In Passaic County, New Jersey, the first Go Kit is part of a counter-terrorism toolkit, ready to assist as the county prepares for any man-made or natural threat to security. The kit provides a fully portable information sharing solution; a flexible way to deploy resources as, when and where needed to attain inter-agency collaboration.

Additionally, Mutualink will demonstrate its resilient peer-to-peer collaboration network for public safety, which provides proven, secure, reliable communications for mission-critical homeland security and law enforcement needs. The platform won the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Interoperability Test Command certification for both Information Assurance and Interoperability.

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- Product Profiles / (via Mutualink, 10/22/14)



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