Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System is a modern network dedicated to keeping you safe

Sergeant Sven Crongeyer speaking at #APCO2018 on LMR connectivity with LTE

#interoperability #pushtotalk #radio #data #lte #tech #publicsafety #communications

How to Adopt Mobile Apps and Avoid the Interoperability Challenges of the Past panel at #APC02018 in Las Vegas NV. Includes me, Niki Papazoglakis, Harris County, TX, Admiral Ron Hewitt, DHS OEC and Bob Escelle @sonimtechps @theLARICS #tech #firstnet @ATT @joinipsa @LASDHQ @LACOFD

Join me, Ted Pao of @TheLARICS and Tim Trager for a great session on Public Safety Grade @apco2018 https://t.co/pB4yQPiTRC

LA-RICS - LTE Asset Transfer Agreement Signed, LTE Round 2 Program Starting - https://t.co/ocAvqPCIsp

LA-RICS Expands Testing of #ESChat #MCPTT Capabilities @slacorp @TheLARICS https://t.co/ZPnMnJ8lYV

By the numbers...since July 1st, 2018, our flight crews have made 268 water drops on wildfires and flown 31 patients to hospitals assisting @LACoFD @Angeles_NF @LAFD @BurbankFire @KernCountyFire @CountyofSB @LACoLifeguards @AvalonGov @MalibuSAR (📷@GregDoyle50) #teamwork

The Problem

Safety agencies for 88 cities and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County are currently using a patchwork of 40 aging radio networks and the same commercial broadband services used by millions of LA area residents. That means they can’t readily talk to each other, creating communications delays that waste time and imperil lives.

The Solution

Two state-of-the-art networks dedicated for use by emergency responders.

Land Mobile Radio

Public Saftey Broadband Network

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