Digital radio network employed at RSPCA Victoria

By Critical Comms Staff
Tuesday, 14 February, 2017

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RSPCA Victoria has selected Sepura to provide the technology for its secure communications.

The contract will see the existing communication system replaced with a digital radio network providing reliable coverage, crystal-clear audio and safety features to protect workers.

Both Sepura and Radio Warehouse agreed to provide direct support to the RSPCA in setting up the radios, in recognition of the RSPCA’s charity status.  

“Kennels can be surprisingly noisy,” said Matt Pendergast, sales engineer for Sepura.

“The RSPCA will be using radios that offer superb audio quality, as well as noise-cancelling technology, allowing staff to make and receive clear voice calls no matter how noisy the environment.”

The radios are designed to withstand the knocks and bumps inherent in such a busy environment. They are also dustproof and waterproof, containing safety features such as an alarm that will provide an additional level of staff safety.

"We’re delighted with the service we’ve received, both from Sepura and Radio Warehouse,” said Heather Hesterman, animal care supervisor for RSPCA Victoria.

“Clear, reliable communications will enable shelter staff to go about their daily tasks with complete confidence.”

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