Civil Enforcement Officers normally work over a larger area, so how do you keeping in touch with your Civil Enforcement Officers?
If you already have a DMR Radio system, you might want to add more repeaters, to ensure your have the radio coverage needed. This an excellent solution, but it could be very expensive.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
If Civil Enforcement Officers are out of coverage, that means missed communication, which is not ideal.
What are the alternatives?
If you’re considering 2 way radio communication, you might want to consider PTT over Cellular. Why?
With iPTT’s Nationwide radio solution, we cover 97% of the UK. That means we’ll most likely be providing radio coverage, where you need it.
The iPTT P400 and iPTT P500 handheld radios are robust and in addition to crystal clear communications, it’s very easy to use. In addition to that, both radios also feature GPS and alarm buttons. This means a civil enforcement officer can call for help with the push of a button, so the control room can dispatch appropriate resources. The control room can then watch events unfold on the map and adjust the response as appropriate.
In addition to that, the PTT radio solution from iPTT also features lone worker – a benefit for the control room, as it notifies the dispatcher, should a radio not have communicated for longer than the set amount of time (set on the dispatcher in the control room).
iPTT’s radio dispatcher solution is intuitive and very easy to use and packed with benefits.
With transparent pricing which includes almost everything you could ever want, you know what your costs will be the next 12 months and most likely for years beyond that. iPTT hasn’t increased any prices since we started trading in 2016.
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