Red Eagles soar with multimode devices

Monday, 12 August, 2019

Red Eagles soar with multimode devices

The Red Eagle Motorcycle Squad of the Shaoyang Traffic Police Detachment in China’s Hunan Province is using the Hytera PDC760 multimode radio for its daily activities.

The Squad’s 66 traffic officers and ‘parapolice’ are making use of the device’s narrowband DMR voice and smartphone broadband data capabilities, as well as its imaging abilities (such as a vehicle licence plate recognition feature).

The built-in DMR module provides mission-critical voice while the broadband system carries data service and uses applications to satisfy the need for multimedia service such as video calls and real-time video upload.

The PDC760 can be linked with an in situ portable smart printer for the issuing of tickets, while data and electronic evidence can be uploaded to the traffic management system for handling of traffic violations.

Image courtesy Hytera.

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