Motorola Solutions has announced Michael Kaae as Regional Vice President Of Sales for Europe. Kaae, who has over 20 years of technology sales leadership experience, will lead Motorola Solutions’ direct government and commercial sales business across Europe, including Russia. In his position, he will be responsible for the company’s go-to-market strategy as well as sales and business development across the region. Kaae has been with Motorola Solutions for over 10 years, holding key roles within the sales organization, including Vice President Sales for Northern and Eastern Europe. He is an experienced sales expert with a strong track record of driving successful business strategies and fostering long-lasting customer relations in the IT industry. mission-critical communications Michael Kaae also held the position as country manager for Denmark, where the company has a strong footprint In his new role, Kaae will further expand Motorola Solutions’ position as technology provider in Europe. In today's changing environment, public safety and commercial customers need to increase efficiency and handle complex data volumes to provide a faster response. By supporting public safety organizations and enterprises to modernize their mission-critical infrastructure and communication solutions, Motorola Solutions is a trusted partner to lead first responders into the future. “I’m excited to continue expanding our sales business in Europe and strengthening our role as a true provider of mission-critical, end-to-end solutions,'' said Kaae. “With more than 90 years of pioneering groundbreaking communication solutions, Motorola Solutions is uniquely positioned in the market. Our comprehensive, global expertise enables us to help our customers tackle the increasing requirements for efficient and reliable mission-critical communications and operations.” highly resilient and secure network Based in Denmark, Michael Kaae also held the position as country manager for Denmark, where the company has a strong footprint, with more than 50 years of long-standing relationships with the Danish blue light organizations and commercial customers. Motorola Solutions in Denmark was one of the first initiators of the TETRA standard, and it was heavily involved in the development of the standard used by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). In Denmark, Motorola Solutions is the provider of the nationwide TETRA radio system SINE (SIkkerhedsNEttet) that has been the communications backbone of Danish emergency services for more than 10 years. The TETRA-based network guarantees highly reliable communication for police, rescue services and parts of the defense force through a dedicated, highly resilient and secure network.
Motorola Solutions’ authorized reseller BASS Systems has been selected, under the tender issued by the National Pre-Hospital Health Emergency Center, to equip over 500 ambulances in Moldova with state-of-the-art TETRA digital two-way radios from Motorola Solutions. The future-leading communication solutions enable medical staff to provide better medical services to Moldovan citizens. Within the framework of the contract, Motorola Solutions will deliver about 1,000 TETRA digital two-way radios – including Motorola Solutions MTP3000 Series portable radios for the medical staff and Motorola Solutions MTM5000 Series mobile radios for the ambulance fleet. Optimized audio performance TETRA radios are built to last in harsh conditions and are very easy to operate thanks to intuitive user interface and keypadsThe radio devices are packed with features that are essential for safe and effective operation, including optimized audio performance and high receiver sensitivity, to ensure communications are maintained for the Moldovan Ambulance fleet even in the most demanding situations. In addition, TETRA radios are built to last in harsh conditions and are very easy to operate thanks to their intuitive user interface and keypads. Motorola Solutions has been a longstanding trusted partner of the public safety organizations in Moldova. In 2018, the company started to implement the first TETRA radio solutions for the Moldovan Ambulance. A year before, Motorola Solutions also signed a contract with the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova for the expansion of their mission-critical TETRA communications network. According to the agreement, Motorola Solutions will extend the existing TETRA digital radio network and build a nationwide TETRA network for the Moldovan police by 2020. TETRA digital two-Way radio solutions “Back in 2018, Motorola Solutions implemented a small-scale TETRA radio project with the Moldovan Ambulance,” said Michael Kaae, Vice President Nordics, Russia and Eastern Europe at Motorola Solutions. “We are very pleased to see that our highly developed and trusted TETRA digital two-way radio solutions have been chosen to complete the modernization of the Moldovan Ambulance’s radio system. The project is very ambitious, and we are committed to finalize it by the end of the year.” Motorola Solutions provides many public safety organizations in Eastern and Southeastern Europe as well as the Baltic states with digital radio solutions including public safety organizations in Croatia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland and Romania.
Motorola Solutions’ local partner in Romania, ASTI International, has been selected in a tender by the General Inspectorate for the Romanian Police to equip its police officers with state-of-the art Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) two-way digital radios. TETRA digital two-way radios Motorola Solutions will deliver 10,000 TETRA digital two-way radios to the General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police. The 18-month framework contract covers the supply of 10,000 MTP3550 TETRA portable radios from Motorola Solutions. The MTP3000 series radios are packed with features that are essential for safeguarding frontline police officers and ensuring effective operations. The state-of-the-art digital radios provide significant improvements including coverage performance at extreme range and inside buildings, as well as enhanced connectivity and ruggedness that provide the best possible audio during mission-critical operations. In addition, the ‘man down’ functionality enhances officer safety by automatically alerting the command center when an officer is in need of help. Digital radio solutions Motorola Solutions has been a trusted partner for public safety organizations in Romania for over 25 years Motorola Solutions has been a trusted partner for public safety organizations in Romania for over 25 years, providing highly reliable and secure TETRA digital radio solutions. In times of growing crime rates and global threats, mission-critical law enforcement solutions that help first responders work effectively and efficiently are more important than ever before. “We are extremely proud that the Romanian Police continues to see us as a trusted partner, and we remain committed to help keep Romanians citizens and first responders safe,” said Michael Kaae, vice president for Nordics, Russia and Eastern Europe at Motorola Solutions. Mission-critical communications Motorola Solutions is a global renowned mission-critical communications solutions provider. Their technology platforms in communications, command center software, services and video security and analytics make cities safer and help communities and businesses thrive. At Motorola Solutions, advanced technologies are ushering in a new era in public safety and security.
Motorola Solutions has signed a five-year maintenance, support and TETRA digital radio system upgrade agreement with the Information Technology and Communications Department under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania to modernize and maintain the country’s nationwide TETRA digital radio network. The network provides Lithuania’s public safety organizations such as the State Border Guard Service police, fire and rescue departments as well as ambulances and state law enforcement agencies with efficient, secure and reliable mission-critical digital radio communications. TETRA digital radio network upgrade Motorola Solutions will modernize the Lithuanian digital mobile radio communications network" As part of the contract, Motorola Solutions will modernize and upgrade the redundant digital mobile radio communications network including the controller hardware and the base station software for operations. Motorola Solutions will also provide maintenance and support services for five years, including real-time network monitoring from its Network Operations Center and the delivery of technical support, repair and security services as well as end-to-end incident management based on next-generation technologies in call taking, dispatch and first responder workflows for more effective response, increased actionable intelligence in the field and improved outcomes. Reliable, secure communications “Ensuring reliable communications for our public safety and emergency organizations across the country and at our state borders are vital,” explained Evaldas Serbenta, director of the IT and Communications Department under the Ministry Of Interior of the Republic of Lithuania. “We can meet the highest public safety standards only when we equip our public safety and emergency organizations with state-of-the-art, mission-critical communication solutions that meet and exceed requirements today and in the future. Thereby, our first responders can rely on their technology lifeline and focus on their day-to-day operations in the long term.” “Motorola Solutions will modernize the Lithuanian digital mobile radio communications network by providing access to the latest functionality and security services,” said Michael Kaae, vice president Nordics, Eastern Europe & Russia at Motorola Solutions. “The best-in-class, 24/7 services will be delivered from our regional Motorola Solutions Network Operations Center, which not only provides real-time monitoring services for maximum availability but also enables proactive monitoring, allowing incidents to be addressed before they impact services whilst providing a high-quality, secure and accessible system to all users.”