Radio Communication System
Radio-Centric Networked Communication Platform
+ Complements сonventional and trunking radio systems;
+ Works with analog and digital radio channels;
+ Flexibility of deployment, fits for smaller and larger systems;
+ Decentralized architecture, no single point of failure.
Features and Benefits
Businesses and organizations in the variety of verticals can get the following benefits deploying Radionect with their radio networks and systems: PERSONNEL SAFETY, COSTS SAVINGS, HIGHER EFFICIENCY, PROACTIVE MAINTENANCE.
- Reliable recording of radio voice calls, data messages and events
- Cost savings in case of litigation, reliance on well-documented evidence during investigation of incidents and increased efficiency with proactive analysis of everyday work thanks to the logging of radio voice and data as close as possible to radios.
- Voice radio dispatch
- Cost savings and higher work efficiency through centralized control and coordination over remote sites and teams in the field via instant voice communications with radio users.
- Radio text messaging
- Enhancement of working routines via exchange of free-form and canned text messages between dispatchers and radio users.
- Real-time location tracking of personnel, vehicles and assets
- Better situational awareness in everyday and emergency environments using GPS-enabled radios. Enhanced work safety via tougher control of hazardous areas and quicker relief of radio users in distress by engaging the closest resources.
- Emergency management
- Increased personnel safety due to rapid response to a distress situation triggered by pressing a radio emergency button, by radio Man-Down alarm or by radio Lone Worker timer expired, when a particular radio user needs immediate assistance.
- Telemetry and automation
- Enhancements of everyday and emergency routines via automated text messages sent to radio users and dispatchers upon predefined events e.g., upon donor radio GPIO state changes.
- Analysis and monitoring of radio networks
- Enhancements in maintenance of radio networks via in-service logging of signal strength received by donor radios. One-person testing of radio signal availability by using a radio echo channel.
- Linking disparate radio networks
- Better work efficiency due to faster information workflow in a common radio communication space created of disparate radio networks situated in multiple locations, deployed in multiple frequency channels and bands, working in analog and digital.
- Transportations (railway, airfields)
- Oil and Gas
- Emergency Services
- Law Enforcement
- Government and Municipality
Edge gateways for integration of legacy two-way radios with IP technology. RUNs contain the fully capable switching engine and can be deployed in standalone or networked scenarios with no single point of failure. Network of RUNs enables uniting in one common radio communication space disparate radio networks situated in multiple locations, deployed in multiple frequency channels and bands, and working in analog or digital modes. RUNs log voice and data information from two-way radios to the embedded memory. The logged information can be reviewed on a per node basis archived to the centralized vault.
Software tools or specifically tailored hardware appliances for real-time communications over remote and geographically dispersed two-way radio networks. Dispatchers and supervisors from their working locations can monitor and call radio channels, send and receive radio text messages, increase situational awareness by observing current locations of vehicles and personnel on digital maps in case of GPS-enabled radios in the field and receiving alarms from radio users in case of incidents.
Radionect Archiving Server is a centralized vault for keeping voice and data messages, which are transmitted over two-way radios and handled by multiple Radionect Unified Nodes (RUNs). The historical archive vault is accessible by authorized users using standard internet browsers. The archived information can be searched by specific day and time, communication source, destination, type of messages, logging device, etc. If selected, voice calls can be replayed using a handy embedded web-player, which displays all associated information such as time, identifiers of talking and destination parties and if available, last known Global Positioning System (GPS) locations of talkers. If authorized, the users can download audio files of selected voice calls to a local computer for further analysis or emailing.