New app keeps Morgan County students safe in the classroom
The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office now uses an app to keep students safe in the classroom. The application Tango Tango uses WiFi and turns a cell phone into a two-way radio. Now, school resource officers can use that app to communicate directly with other deputies and Morgan County dispatch.
Local sheriff’s department introduces new technology to fix a county wide issue
The Wilkes County Sheriff’s Department recently implemented a new technology that has now become a county wide solution, it’s called Tango Tango. For law enforcement officers, the radio is their biggest asset. When the radio fails and they are unable to communicate, even seconds are critical.
Mobile app makes contacting police easier for Robinson ISD staff
This upcoming school year, Robinson ISD is partnering with Tango Tango, a mobile app that allows school staff direct communication with school officials or even the Robinson Police Department.
New technology helps emergency responders replace faulty communication devices
According to a press release, a new company is changing the way emergency responders communicate. Ethan Fitzgerald, media specialist at Flourish said, recently the Kingsbury County Sheriff’s Office along with EMA and the Lake Preston Fire Department added Tango Tango to their emergency communications arsenal.
UScellular and Tango Tango Support First Responders With Interoperability Solution
First responders have a new wireless solution that enhances mission-critical communications services. UScellular and Tango Tango are teaming up to expand radio reach, enable agency collaboration and extend the life of land mobile radio (LMR) systems for public safety officials.
The Future of First Responder Radios
Push-to-Talk applications offer extensive benefits to officers, providing coverage and a stronger signal in areas where traditional radios are not enough and lack the necessary signal strength. With the increase in smartphone use on or off-duty, more and more applications have been developed for the use of police communication. Here is a look at some of those applications on the market today, how they are beneficial, and how they work.
Lowndesville FD lobbies Abbeville Co. to expand use of communication app
The Lowndesville Fire Department has found such success using Tango Tango — a service that utilizes cell phone capabilities to streamline emergency communications — that it wants Abbeville County to provide the service to its other emergency departments.
The PTT Radio Technology Allowing First Responders to Communicate without Boundaries
As featured on WDHN ABC News, Dale County Sheriff’s Office explains how Tango Tango’s PTT radio app provides better communication, saves time, and saves lives. In the event of an emergency, all first responders, regardless of their radio frequency or cellular provider, can interoperate with each other – enabling the quickest resolution of dangerous situations.
Huntsville engineers build nationally-recognized life-saving communication
Over the last two decades both foreign and domestics acts of terrorism have scarred the American public, leaving them searching for answers. After each of these tragic events, security experts, government officials and media outlets all echo the same thing: “We have to do something.”
Tango Tango devices bring two-way radio to the smart phone age
In a world where everyone and everything is connected, radio systems remain disconnected. You can communicate with a thermostat, a lightbulb, even a refrigerator from a smartphone, but not your radio system. Tango Tango changes that.
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