Real-time tracking of people, vehicles and assets
Why Location Services & AVL Tracking?
One of the exciting advances in digital radio technology is the ability to track your work force and assets using your radio communications network.
By extending AVL tracking to your dispatching solution, dispatchers can quickly and effectively manage your teams.
However, integrating maps into a Dispatch Solution is fraught with hidden licensing costs and conditions. Omnitronics makes this easy for you by offering a range of options to suit your unique needs.
Location Services Solutions
Quick visibility of your workforce in real-time – available as standard with RediTALK-Flex, altusomni and omnicore.
Advanced Location Services
Provides advanced features such as Geofences, Speed Control, and Route History
Integration with Existing Maps
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Interoperability Across Manufacturers & Protocols
All of this is made possible through the use of digital radio gateways: the DRG’s convert data from multiple radio protocols and manufacturers to ensure compatibility and interoperability. This means you can combine the GPS data from several different radio sources onto the one map, simplifying dispatching operations and improving productivity & safety.
For example, at the control and command center for public safety, one organization’s P25 data can be displayed alongside another services DMR data. The dispatcher can see all location information from all vehicles and personnel regardless of what protocol is being used.
Many standards do not include specifications for the transmission of GPS data meaning each radio manufacturer has established their own propriety method. Omnitronics has partnered directly with many radio manufacturers to ensure compatibility with our Location Services solutions.
4 Considerations for Implementing Location Services with Radio Dispatch
One of the most exciting advances in digital radio is the inclusion of global positioning information (GPS) within the radio network. This White Paper presents 4 aspects of Location Services that must be considered for a radio dispatch environment.
Unified Vehicle Tracking & Communications
Connecting Tait DMR Tier-2 Radios via IP
The DRG100 is a simple and cost effective way to connect Tait DMR mobile radios to unify both voice and vehicle tracking.
We'll find the perfect system for your individual needs.
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