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Welcome to the May 2018 edition of the eEngineering.com Newsletter. Our newsletter is designed to provide our customers with the latest two-way radio, wireless communications, and security solutions news. Trouble viewing the newsletter, see it here.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed legislation that requires school districts and accredited nonpublic schools In Iowa to develop high-quality emergency operations plans for school buildings by June 30, 2019.

Wondering what your school’s next step is? We’ve created an easily digestible outline to what the legislation does and how your school can get started.

Electronic Engineering has been assisting schools for decades in their emergency communication plans – we tailor each school’s solution to their specific needs.
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Forbes outlines ways that telematics are helping revolutionize the data our cars collect to help us be smarter and more efficient.
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Unication, the premier P25 voice pager company, has made a pager that will work on the 700mhz Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications System as well as your current system. Special offer through May 31 to receive Phase II at Phase I standard pricing on each G4/G5 Phase II Voice Pager.
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For the event, the First Responder Network Authority and its partner AT&T distributed 80 ruggedized FirstNet devices to fire, police and incident response teams from Boston and Brookline. Participants used the devices for both push-to-talk and land mobile radio integration applications.

The first responder community gave the system high marks.

“It’s an easy application to learn and utilize. [Police and fire] have been giving me a lot of good feedback and they are pretty excited about it,” said Officer Scott Wilder, director of technology for the Brookline, Mass., Police Department.
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  • EE Provides List of Devices for new Statewide System
    Electronic Engineering received a shout-out by the Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications System Board’s April newsletter. When asked, we were able to provide a list of devices for statewide system onto our website within 48 hours for public access anytime.
  • EE Provides Radios for Mass Casualty Exercise
    Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) students tested their teamwork and critical thinking skills during a simulated multiple vehicle accident. More than 300 students and faculty participated with paramedic students providing triage and transporting the most critical victims to the hospital. They utilized radio communications to effectively simulate the experience.
  • EE Provides Radios for Summer in the City Free Concert Series
    The Summer In the City Free Concert Series is a free event to extend arts and culture activities from downtown Des Moines to underserved communities and to underutilized public facilities, all the while spurring economic activity in the surrounding neighborhoods. The concerts are inclusive, family-friendly events showcasing work from a culturally diverse array of nationally renowned artists of varying genres.
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