India's public safety system and network expansion is set to double every three years, especially, with the arming of police with digital radio sets, said a senior Motorola executive here.

"We are experiencing strong demand for radio-based systems from India's police force as well as private sectors such as oil and gas industries, coal mines and industrial production centres," said Balbir Singh, vice president, sales and operations at Motorola Solutions Asia Pacific.

The growth is driven by rising security concern across the country, Singh said while projecting more than double-digit growth for Motorola's digital radio-based communication systems in India.

These radio sets are more effective in allowing communication between various locations and command centres, helping the police manage any emergency, he said in Global Security Asia 2011 conference and exhibition being held in Singapore from March 15-17.

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