Motorola Mesh Technology Wins Again at Super Bowl XLI


Miami-Dade public safety agencies use Motorola's wireless broadband network, video solutions and biometric systems to provide seamless security

MIAMI, March 13 - Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today announced that the Miami-Dade Police Department deployed the Motorola Event Management Solution, featuring its MOTOMESH(TM) multi-radio broadband wireless network and biometric technologies to enhance public safety measures during Super Bowl XLI. Additionally, Motorola MOTOBRIDGE(TM) was used to deliver the interoperability of mission critical information as part of its secure communications suite.

While players and fans concentrated on the game, public safety officers and agents from state and federal law enforcement agencies relied on the Motorola wireless broadband network to monitor real-time video surveillance and access mission critical applications. Motorola and video security solution provider, NICE Systems (Nasdaq: NICE), provided a deployable surveillance system, which allowed wireless cameras to be strategically operated from numerous vantage points throughout the stadium. The Motorola Intelligent Video Solution featuring the NiceVision® Digital Video
Surveillance was used by security teams surrounding the game to have wireless
access and control of the live video surveillance to assist in securing the
venue.

The MOTOMESH network delivered seamless connectivity to video and other
mission critical data applications over the secure 4.9GHz public safety band
to police headquarters and command vehicles in various locations, increasing
overall situational awareness and responsiveness. The MOTOMESH network
provided officers access to mesh video surveillance cameras, allowing them to
pan across the crowd, zoom in and out, in real time, while viewing live
streaming video via mobile command posts operating on Motorola ML900 Rugged
Notebook Computers.

Augmented by the real-time video streaming capabilities of MOTOMESH,
Motorola Biometric Solutions provided on-site access to Miami-Dade Police
Department's criminal database. The Motorola Biometric Solution used
consisted of the hand-held Motorola Mobile Automated Fingerprint
Identification System (AFIS) connected wirelessly to the Motorola Printrak
Biometric Identification System (BIS).

Interoperable Communications

Motorola provided public safety personnel, from the FBI to the Super Bowl
operations staff, access to the 4.9GHz public safety band in order to securely
monitor the stadium, while providing a single interoperable solution for the
various agencies. The state deployed seven Emergency Disaster Incident
Communications System (EDICS) trailers to allow the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement to coordinate between agencies using different communication
technologies and protocols. The EDICS trailers (one in each of seven
administrative regions) have been designed to enable public safety
interoperability through Motorola's MOTOBRIDGE soft-switch technology. These
trailers house multiple-voice radios of different frequencies and bands and
manufacturers - as well as several MOTOBRIDGE - and connect police, fire and
public safety personnel from different jurisdictions through Florida's SUNCOM
network.

"Recognized as a proven leader in public safety and municipal WiFi
deployments, Motorola is thrilled to have been chosen for the second year in a
row to provide wireless network communications to the security teams
responsible for the safety of those attending a time-honored event like the
Super Bowl," said Mark Moon, senior vice president, government and commercial
markets, Motorola Networks & Enterprise. "Committed to our vision of seamless
mobility, Motorola provided the multitude of security personnel with access to
the critical voice, video, and data information which was one of the many
factors they needed to keep everyone safe."

The Motorola Event Management and MOTOBRIDGE solutions offer municipalities and public safety organizations the interoperability and collaborative technologies to wirelessly connect to the mission critical applications they need, regardless of event size or scale. For more information on these solutions please visit
http://Motorola.com/government.jsp

MOTOMESH is part of the Motorola MOTOwi4(TM) portfolio of wireless broadband solutions and services that create, complement and complete IP networks. Delivering IP coverage to virtually all spaces, MOTOwi4 includes wi4 Fixed, wi4 Mesh, wi4 Broadband over Powerline, and wi4 WiMAX solutions for private and public networks.

About Motorola

Motorola is known around the world for innovation and leadership in
wireless and broadband communications. Inspired by our vision of Seamless
Mobility, the people of Motorola are committed to helping you get and stay
connected simply and seamlessly to the people, information, and entertainment
that you want and need. We do this by designing and delivering "must have"
products, "must do" experiences and powerful networks -- along with a full
complement of support services. A Fortune 100 company with global presence
and impact, Motorola had sales of US $42.9 billion in 2006. For more
information about our company, our people and our innovations, please visit
http://www.Motorola.com

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