Harris Signs Deal to Support Emergency Radio Communications in New York

Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) signed a $30 million contract to offer a P25 trunked emergency radio communications system and terminal equipment to as many as 25, 000 public service and public safety users in Monroe County, New York.

“This project ultimately will unite all of Monroe County’s public service and safety agencies under a single, modern digital communication system built on our powerful Harris VIDA network, ” said Dana Mehnert, group president, Harris RF Communications. “The selection of Harris P25 trunking technology, as well as the market-leading Unity radio for seamless interoperability, demonstrates the county’s commitment to improved communications quality and a safer community.”

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