Siyata in-vehicle communicators are 4G/LTE in-vehicle connected cellular devices that integrate many technology solutions found in commercial vehicles today.
The Icom IP501H LTE transceiver enables two-way communication with the ease and comfort of PTT (push-to-talk) operation.
Advanced technology will be provided by Motorola Solutions for a large rail project in Malaysia.
The first TETRA terminals bearing the Sepura brand have been manufactured at Hytera's Longgang factory in Shenzhen, China.
Australia's mining sector is showing continued signs of resurgence marked by increased employment and more stable commodity prices.
The ToooAir TA-308 handheld transceiver fits snugly in the hand.
The Birdy 3G incorporates a POCSAG paging receiver with a 3G module, giving the user the ability to receive critical messages from the robust paging network as well as over 3G cellular networks.
The Wireless Pacific X10DR Elite wireless microphone provides 'out of vehicle' coverage performance.
The Telo Systems TE580 push-to-talk over cellular (PTToC) LTE smart device supports Band 28.
The MotoTRBO DP4601e digital two-way radios are suitable for the mining industry, where difficult environmental conditions pose a risk to the safety of the workforce.
Utilising the cellular mobile phone network, ToooAir is simply a wide one-to-one or one-to-many two-way radio system. Due to the use of this technology, in-building coverage is said to be superior to most conventional radio networks and offers in-tunnel and basement communication.
A comprehensive set of industrial-focused features has been launched by Motorola Solutions at a series of channel partner conferences.
The Motorola MOTOTRBO DP4801 Ex two-way radio is designed for workers in hazardous and demanding environments.
Zetron Pathway+ radio interfaces allow communication and control with legacy radios, via 4-wire analog, Motorola Quantar base station though the v.24 interface or modern DFSI enable radio devices.
A two-way radio system by Motorola Solutions and Spark will enable the New Zealand Fire Service to stay connected to their colleagues in the field.