619DSRI interoperability gateways interfaced the radio communications side while IPR110+ Radio over IP Gateways were able to interface the radio to SIP Telephones.
South American Public Safety Authority
– IPR110+ RoIP Gateway
Reaching Business Goals
Improved Response Times
SIP Telephone Integration
Improved Operations Management
operations but an alternate configuration can also be set for various emergency scenarios.
Additionally, the interoperability gateways can be quickly and easily re-configured via a web interface if the pre-configured settings do not suit a particular scenario.
619DSRI Interoperability Gateway
Dynamic linking & auto path steering
Smart Tone Signalling
Automated actions using CTCSS & inband tones
Easy set up, management & diagnostics over IP
Quickly Link & Re-group
Combine & connect users & agencies on demand
Flexible, easy & safe connection to analog & digital radios
Remote Control Over the Air
Instant changes from a DTMF handset
Interfacing to SIP
SIP Telephony Connectivity
The IPR110+ suits most SIP applications but enhanced SIP connectivity was required in this case. The Omnitronics engineering team were quick on the case and were able to enhance the operation to provide better control of the telephone session.
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“Omnitronics’ ability to propose a ‘fit for purpose’ solution and their quick response times assured us that they were the right choice for our needs.”
Zakaria Dahili, Managing Director at Tacticom
Safer Environment For All
By using a combination of Interoperability Gateways and IP Gateway solutions, the Public Safety Agencies were able to create interoperability across radios and SIP telephones in a manner that can be easily reconfigured to suit operational requirements.
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