Florida-based Harris Corporation has been selected by Miami Beach to modernize its critical communications network – transitioning it from a legacy analog radio system to a new digital network that provides increased reliability and functionality for 1,000-plus first responders.
Miami Beach joins other South Florida communities, which includes Aventura, Coral Gables, the City of Miami and Miami-Dade County, all whom have chosen Harris’ advanced technology to connect its first responders.
Harris will provide an end-to-end digital solution that delivers unified, interoperable communications for voice, data and applications across multiple agencies, and simplifies complex dispatch center operations.
(Learn More. Harris’ Symphony Console was designed for simple, efficient dispatch operation. Symphony features patented Baton™ technology that simplifies workflow by putting the features dispatchers want where they need them most without an extra monitor, keyboard or mouse. Courtesy of the Harris Corporation and YouTube)
The four-site simulcast system will include a VIDA network Solution, Symphony command center dispatch consoles, XL-200P multiband P25 radios and the BeOn mobile Push-to-Talk application.
“We are honored to partner with Harris to provide excellent public service and safety to all who live, work and play in our vibrant, tropical, historic community,” said Melissa Berthier, Miami Beach Office of Communications.
(Traditional radio users now have an affordable option to extend their Push-to-Talk (PTT) communications far beyond the boundaries of their regional radio systems while greatly enhancing their effectiveness through BeOn’s advanced capabilities. BeOn is Public Safety’s most advanced P25 Push-to-Talk application for today’s mobile devices whether running iOS, Android or Windows on a PC client and is quickly evolving as the platform of choice by third party application developers to host secure public safety applications such as facial recognition, event detection, situational awareness apps and much, much more. Courtesy of the Harris Corporation and YouTube)