From the Salina Journal Saline County and the city of Salina are choosing Motorola to provide a new radio communications system for law enforcement and first responders in the county. The Saline County Board of Commissioners and Salina City Commission met in joint session Tuesday at the Visit Salina Annex of the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce to discuss the selection after staff from both the city and county, in addition to TUSA Consulting Services, negotiated last month with Motorola and L3Harris, another communications company that also submitted a bid for the project. Saline County Deputy Administrator Hannah Stambaugh led [...]
TUSA Consulting Services is proud to welcome Rebecca Norwood to our organization. Rebecca brings insight and passion to continue the great work TUSA provides for our customers. With 13+ years of industry experience at Harris Corporation, and 5+ as a volunteer firefighter (in Wake County, North Carolina) and as an EMT (in Lynchburg Virginia), she is proud to continue to serve the public safety community as a Senior Consultant. A highlight of her career, thus far, is serving on the NFPA 1802 committee which is developing a standard for the next generation firefighter portable communications device; a standard which is [...]
Without question, the World has been incredibly challenged by the sudden Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, we remain confident that the nation’s best researchers and scientists will develop effective treatment protocols and preventative vaccines. As the World watches the pandemic play out, the Nation’s public safety/first responder community will continue to answer the call and TUSA Consulting Services will be right beside them, 100%. In the face of this pandemic, our work in managing new radio system implementations and the identification/resolution of interference and allied anomalies has continued without interruption. In the course of its work, TUSA has aggressively worked to minimize [...]
USA appeared in the newspaper! The Newton County Board of Commissioners approved a contract with Motorola Solutions for a new $19 million-dollar radio system. This new system will dramatically increase coverage across the county, as well as provide much needed interoperability with the surrounding counties. TUSA, which has been overseeing the project for the last several years, is pleased to continue our partnership with the County!
In the heart of the Midwest’s Tornado Alley lies the City of Norman, Oklahoma. Norman is 20 miles south of Oklahoma City and is the home of the University of Oklahoma and the National Weather Center. The City of Norman hired TUSA to procure and implement its new Project 25 trunked radio system to support the City’s first responders. This new system, which is now on the air, is a six-site/10 channel Phase 2 simulcast configuration that provides in-building portable radio communications for city Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Service personnel. Seamless, automatic interoperable communications with neighboring Oklahoma City’s public [...]