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Posted by on Sep 3, 2014 in Motorola Two Way Radio News | 0 comments

Our favorite Motorola Two Way Radio Tweets

Our favorite Motorola Two Way Radio Tweets

Below is a collection of our favorite motorola two way radio tweets: When were two-way radios installed on planes, allowing pilots to communicate with the crew on the ground? 1940,1933,1929 or 1920? #tbt — United (@united) August 28, 2014 Apps for radios? Yes. Go beyond Voice and check out what else you can do with MOTOTRBO: http://t.co/nJlL2Le5m0 — Motorola Solutions (@MotoSolutions) September 2, 2014 #MOTOTRBO Developers: the #radioappforum dates & venue are revealed ! Check our event website http://t.co/kttHR5fyeV pic.twitter.com/kTPKSe4olY — MOTOTRBO DEV (@mototrbodev) July 16, 2014 Read why school officials say #MOTOTRBO digital radios help ensure students’ safety: http://t.co/4z1b8JchMm $MSI — Motorola Wireless (@MotWireless) June 30, 2014 IMPRES audio technology from $MSI allows your #MOTOTRBO radio to work seamlessly with your accessories: http://t.co/GeeB5NesbH — Motorola Wireless (@MotWireless) June 26,...

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Posted by on Jun 29, 2012 in Motorola Two Way Radio News | 0 comments

Airport moves toward possible space operations by late 2013

Airport moves toward possible space operations by late 2013

The Front Range Airport Authority recently approved a broad set of resolutions that spurs into motion future development for the site that has been known as Spaceport Colorado, according to OurColoradoNews.com. The Front Range Airport, located near Denver, Colorado, has allocated $850,00 for a spaceport license. This includes the completion of an environmental assessment, as well as a feasibility and marketing study, two of the final steps an airport must take to begin spaceflight operations. Once this application is completed, the airport can start working toward obtaining a license to allow prospective companies to begin pilot training, as well as conduct tests on unmanned aerial vehicles and other research projects. “Once we get closer and closer to that license, I think we’re going to start seeing more companies coming to Front Range Airport, so we’re going to see little improvements in the economy,” said Dennis Heap, executive director of Front Range Airport. “As we get the spaceport license and start getting the training and all of those vehicles, it’s...

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Posted by on Jun 25, 2012 in Motorola Two Way Radio News | 0 comments

Nova Mining Corp. looks to tap into skyrocketing lithium ion batteries market

Nova Mining Corp. looks to tap into skyrocketing lithium ion batteries market

Nova Mining Corp. has executed a Letter of Intent with Mongolian National Mining Consultants Limited (MNMC) and gained the exclusive rights to purchase 100 percent of the lithium produced from MNMC’s mining properties at a discount from market prices. MNMC is a Hong Kong company and is the registered owner of several mining properties in Mongolia. “We expect lithium to become a critical-supply mineral,” President of Nova Mining Corp. James Dilger told AlteEnergyMag.com. “Nova Mining has moved to secure the lithium production from three major licensed lithium fields. We believe this will prove to be a very lucrative development. Lithium is in very high demand due to consumer electronics manufacturing, new electric vehicles and new military needs putting pressure on the current worldwide supply.” Presently, the market for lithium ion batteries is estimated at around $11 billion, according to a report by MarketResearch.com. It is expected to balloon to $43 billion by 2020. While the market has been predominantly consumer so far, emerging technologies, such as electric and hybrid...

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Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Motorola Two Way Radio News | 0 comments

Cattle prices show incredible growth for beef industry

Cattle prices show incredible growth for beef industry

The price of beef has recently remained stagnant due to many unpredictable factors such as drought and inclement breeding environments. However, cattle auctions have recently seen a dramatic rise in the cost of beef, prompting many breeders to attempt to take advantage of the newly invigorated market. At this time in 2011, an above average cow could usually be purchased for well under $2,000. Now, an animal of the same quality should fetch upwards of nearly $3,000. The overall market is up considerably as many animals are now nearly double their worth at auctions that took place this time last year. The rejuvenated beef market is sure to entice investors in what could become an even more lucrative commodity. However, before undertaking the task of purchasing and breeding cattle, it is important to have the proper technologies and infrastructure to make sure it is possible. Motorola two-way radios are an important tool that breeders and farmers need to take advantage of to keep the workforce in check at all...

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