The VML750 LTE Vehicle Modem harnesses the power of Verizon or AT&T networks and Band 14 Public Safety LTE, providing high speed data with the priority, control, security and performance required by Government & Public Safety agencies. It is IP66 sealed and MIL-STD 810G rated to withstand heat, cold, rain, humidity, dust and vibration. With flexible mounting options and optimized antenna system, the VML750 can be installed in any government or public safety vehicle. Providing a Wi-Fi hot spot for up to 32 clients, the LTE modem can turn the vehicle into a wireless hub while its built-in GPS can be used for location tracking and route optimization.
The Power of Broadband
With the VML750 modem, first responders can connect their vehicle equipment to the high speeds of next-generation broadband networks. With broadband, agencies can have fast access to databases, rich media and all agency information, allowing personnel to spend more time in the field where they are needed most.
The VML750 modem’s ability to connect to Verizon or AT&T networks means personnel outside the coverage area of their private LTE network can continue to access and share data anywhere Verizon or AT&T have service, even across the country.
Hardened for a Harsh Environment
IP66 sealed and MIL-STD-810G rated, the VML750 is a solid-state device designed to withstand heat, cold, rain, humidity, dust and vibration. This is particularly important given that it’s often installed in the trunk of vehicles, where temperatures are extreme and humidity and dust pose a threat.
Exceptional RF Performance
The design of our roof-mounted external antennas with Multiple-In-Multiple-Out (MIMO) configuration provides better connectivity at the fringe, faster data rates and farther coverage, as compared to the internal antennas of competitors’ modems.
The VML750’s built-in GPS enhances personnel safety with vehicle tracking and location-based solutions allowing for route optimization and integration of CAD services.
Mobile Wi-Fi Hot Spot
The VML750 can be used as an 802.11 b/g/n access point. This allows a public safety vehicle to arrive on the scene, become a mobile Wi-Fi hot spot, and connect up to 32 different Wi-Fi devices to broadband back haul. This is important for events such as a large public safety incident occurs this also allows school administration to incorporate student eLearning while on their routes to and from school.
Ensure sensitive data is kept secured with an end-to-end encryption solution offered by the MVPN tunnel. For mobile access to federal databases such as CJIS and to ensure medical records are HIPPA compliant add CRYPTR 2 inline network encryptor for secured data in transit to be FIPS 140-2 compliant.
Future Proof and FirstNet Ready
The US Federal government is funding the creation of FirstNet, a nationwide LTE B14 network dedicated solely to public safety. The VML750 is ready today, FCC-certified for Band 14 LTE operation. It is also designed with dual SIM card slots to support seamless handoff between two networks.
Upgrade Network. Downgrade Costs
The VML750 is a viable choice for public safety agencies serving rural counties. They can connect immediately to Verizon or AT&T networks. Then be able to seamlessly connect to Public Safety Band Class 14 network when operational. No need to buy new hardware or replace the technology.