In Part 1 of our Patrol Vehicle Router FAQ series, we discussed several technical terms that we’ve been asked about from our public safety clients. Today’s ICR-3241 FAQs focus specifically on the patrol vehicle router.
Over the past few months, we’ve been talking to many law enforcement agencies about one common topic: upgrading their patrol vehicle router. Naturally, during the course of conversation, we’ve heard many questions. And chances are, if one agency has these questions, others probably do too. We’re here to answer these questions in this two-part blog series.
In today’s digital world, uninterrupted communication is essential – and even more so within the public safety community. When it comes to first response, every situation has the potential to be critical. To this end, manufacturers have developed Wi-Fi routers and gateways specifically for emergency vehicle and squad car environments. These devices are small, rugged, and ready to be connected to essentially any communications network, leaving the lines of communication open all the time, even when public communication systems are failing.