Long range communication for events.

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Do you have an event coming up where you will need long range communication?

IPTT’s POC terminals will give you long range communication without infrastructure costs, as we use a unique multi-network sim card so you will have coverage almost anywhere in the UK as well as internationally.

IPTT POC is a solution customers who manage communication for festivals, sporting events as well as built up areas like London, security guards and construction companies should give consideration to.

IPTT’s POC devices are digital and completely secure, giving you the confidence that your conversations are completely private, which is essential for big events for security purposes. You can also use the GPS feature to keep a track of staff members when covering a big site using the PC dispatcher software.

A perfect example would be using them during a large scale sporting event e.g. London Marathon, to begin with as it is based in London city centre where two way radio signals will rely on repeater signals to boost the range across all of London which may not work as well as it could due to the large span built up area. In addition it is difficult and costly to get licenses from OFCOM. Using the IPTT CP300 handheld can resolve this issue, using POC with the multi-network sim card will always have coverage as it can switch from each network if needed. Having someone using the handheld at the start of the track and another using the handheld at the finish line there will be zero interference and 100% clear communication which is crucial for health and safety. Using the dispatcher software you can track the handhelds via GPS to ensure everything is running smoothly and everyone is accounted for as well as play back recorded conversations on the POC network.

If you’re interested in more information about how PTT over Cellular from iPTT can help you with your professional communication requirements for events, please call 01202 240 366, email info@iptt.co.uk or fill in our contact form.