MACo’s 2021 Winter Conference, Dec 8-10 in Cambridge, MD, will cover evolving technology and government services. But it’s not all sessions and meetings! View a deployable mobile connectivity trailer from Verizon, live!
Verizon, a MACo Bronze Corporate Partner, will be displaying a mobile connectivity trailer (or SPOT – satellite picocell on a trailer) on Wednesday of MACo’s Winter Conference. Check it out in the parking lot of the Hyatt and learn more about how the Verizon Response Team can help your county keep your community connected and safe.
In a disaster, nothing is more important than communication. Whether your people are responding to a wildfire, flood, search-and-rescue mission or rapidly unfolding incident, they need to communicate and collaborate—wherever the action is. Unfortunately, the action is at times in areas where there’s no wireless coverage.
That’s why we created our Mobile Connectivity Trailer: a towable, rapidly deployable communication trailer that creates a cellular coverage area where wireless coverage is not available.
How Mobile Connectivity Trailers work:
Mobile Connectivity Trailers use Verizon 4G LTE Network Extender for Enterprise technology to connect to an internet source—a satellite internet backhaul or local internet service provider (ISP) connection—to provide 4G LTE coverage. The Network Extender for Enterprise uses an enterprise-grade VPN to secure all communication with the Verizon network.
Mobile Connectivity Trailer communication components:
•4G LTE Network Extender for Enterprise
•GPS splitter and antenna
Mobile connectivity coverage is over an approximately 500-foot radius in open space
Learn more about the Verizon Response SPOT.
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