Technology evolves so quickly and there may be a consensus that radio is has had its day but there is still a place for two-way radio systems and teaming radio and mobile technology to give you the most comprehensive communications system for your workplace.
If you are still running on analogue, or have poor radio reception in areas, or are just using radios or just using mobile devices – here are the reasons why combining radio and mobile will give you the benefits of both seamlessly.
Firstly, if you are running on an analogue system then digital radio offers features that are just not available on analogue.
Here are the key benefits to combining radio and mobile:
Robust site wide communication – covering areas where cellular communication is poor. The radio system will enhance coverage giving you seamless communication, which may be essential to the safety of those onsite. Advances in radio technology mean that most coverage issues can be resolved, offering better sound quality giving employees and contractors peace of mind with a clear communication channel.
Multiple sites – CSE can connect radio networks across multiple sites and our comprehensive communication capabilities across the UK enable us to support your business nationwide. This incorporated into your mobile network will give complete coverage. So, if you have moved to solely mobile communications because you think radio is limited to one site, we can link radio systems on different sites and using PoC (push to talk over cellular) apps those off site can communicate with those onsite via the app giving them push-to-talk one-to-many communication.
Location monitoring – being able to locate radio users when they need back up, press the emergency button or activate safety features like Lone Worker and Man Down is crucial. Combining your mobile and radio systems can provide full coverage both internally and externally, giving full visibility of the activity on the system – audio, text, locations and recordings- all displayed in a control room or on a tablet. Communication and locations can also be recorded for training and accountability.
In addition, you will have full flexibility to integrate with other systems and interface with entry, intruder and fire systems, plus CCTV and body cameras. All of this can link into a building management system to help your business work and respond to situations more efficiently.
Robust equipment – radios are purpose built to be robust in the most challenging of environments and can sustain rough treatment and handling, giving them longevity. This is not always the way with mobiles, so by connecting the two, there is a place for all devices.
CSE offers unparalleled experience in designing, installing and maintaining radio communication systems to meet and often exceed client requirements.
We give you peace of mind that your system has the capacity to integrate relevant technologies as they emerge and evolve as your organisation does.
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