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  • Siyata Mobile (SYTA) has announced that its SD7 ruggedized device is now certified and approved for use on FirstNet®
  • Daniel Kim, VP of Corporate Development sat down with Folake Ekwubiri to discuss the news
  • Siyata Mobile is a global B2B vendor of next-generation Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) devices and cellular booster systems
  • Shares in Siyata Mobile Inc. (SYTA) opened trading at US$1.06

Siyata Mobile (SYTA) has announced that its SD7 ruggedized device is now certified and approved for use on FirstNet®.

First responders can use the SD7 to tap into specialized capabilities designed to meet their needs on FirstNet.

FirstNet, a public safety communications platform, allows first responders to communicate with one another during everyday situations, big events or emergencies.

Daniel Kim, VP of Corporate Development sat down with Folake Ekwubiri to discuss the news.

The SD7 has been designed from the ground up for first responders as well as the extended public safety community. SD7 users can initiate and receive talk-group push-to-talk calls, receive private push-to-talk calls, notify others of emergencies, and report locations, all actions ideally tailored for mission-critical purposes.

The company’s portfolio of in-vehicle and rugged smartphones enables first responders and enterprise workers to instantly communicate over a nationwide cellular network of choice, allowing them to improve communication, increase situational awareness, and save lives.

Shares of Siyata Mobile Inc. (SYTA) opened trading at US$1.06.

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