Motorola Solutions’ video security suite added to DoDIN APL

On May 23, Motorola Solutions announced that the Avigilon Unity on-premise video security suite has been added to the Department of Defense’s Information Network Approved Products List (DoDIN APL), certifying that it meets the agency’s highest standards for data security and interoperability excellence. The suite provides defense, intelligence and federal law enforcement agencies with advanced video security solutions to help safeguard essential assets and military personnel.

“Through this certification, the DoD has recognized Avigilon Unity as a trusted video security suite and taken this step to streamline the process for its agencies to quickly and confidently procure and deploy it,” said Joe Balchune, vice president, federal markets, Motorola Solutions. “From identifying abnormal activity at federal facilities to alerting security teams to the presence of unauthorized vehicles, Avigilon Unity plays a key role in helping keep federal agencies across the globe connected and secure.”

The Avigilon Unity on-premise video security suite of cameras, software and network video recorders can be configured for Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 compliance, a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standard for quality and security, when appropriate.

Maintained by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), DoDIN provides a single, consolidated list of products that meet the necessary cybersecurity and interoperation certification requirements to operate in over 15,000 DoD unclassified, classified networked and cloud environments globally. Avigilon Unity joins Motorola Solutions’ WAVE Tactical interoperable communication and broadband push-to-talk solution, which received DoDIN APL certification in 2023.

Source: Motorola Solutions

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