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Overview

Why Advanced Location Services?

The Advanced Location Services suite provides powerful GPS features from a centralized platform, giving operators the tools to quickly and easily monitor operations and ensure workforce safety.

Advanced Location Services includes the ALS Viewer which enables operators to monitor radio locations, set up geofences and view historic routes. The ALS Viewer then communicates to the ALS Server which provides central configuration and control. Using this model, geofences and other settings are shared across all operator positions enabling enhanced collaboration.

Adding to this power, Advanced Location Services also works in conjunction with GPS Essentials. Warnings and alerts are displayed directly in the RediTALK-Flex or Alto dispatch screen, meaning operators don’t require the ALS Viewer open for general day to day operations. They can simply view where that radio is located on the map and contact them directly from the mapping window if necessary.

Features

The Omni Advantage
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Dynamically create geofences or multiple types such as No Go, Speed, Confinement and Blast Event

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Dynamically Create multiple alarms and notifications derived from the geofences such as entry and exit alarms

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Alerts to the operator are customizable so that certain events can be ignored or coloured differently

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Lost contact status for units that haven’t provided GPS data for a pre-defined period of time

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Configuration, location and event data is stored in centralized SQL database 

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Historic Route Tracking and Playback

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Enhanced Emergency Management

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Choice of Maps including factory upload of own maps

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Integration with GPS Essentials on RediTALK-Flex or Alto

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Manage multiple maps and workspaces at the same time 

 

  
 
Advanced GPS Service
Mapping Provider
Other Maps Available
Online or Cache
Radio Location & ID
Pan & Zoom
Radio Activity Only Display
Custom 'Time to Live'
Centralized Geofencing
Multiple Geofence Types and Alerts
Speeding Alerts
Historic Playback
Direction
Event History
Lost Contact
Centralized database for location & geofence data

GPS Essentials

Advanced GPS Service
Mapping Provider : Open Street Maps, ESRI ArcGIS online, GeoServer
Other Maps Available
Online or Cache : Both
Radio Location & ID
Pan & Zoom
Radio Activity Only Display
Custom 'Time to Live'
Centralized Geofencing : Separate license
Multiple Geofence Types and Alerts : Separate license
Speeding Alerts : Separate license
Historic Playback : Separate license
Direction
Event History
Lost Contact
Centralized database for location & geofence data

GPS Essentials with AGS

Advanced GPS Service
Mapping Provider : Open Street Maps, ESRI ArcGIS online, GeoServer
Other Maps Available
Online or Cache : Online
Radio Location & ID
Pan & Zoom
Radio Activity Only Display
Custom 'Time to Live'
Centralized Geofencing
Multiple Geofence Types and Alerts
Speeding Alerts
Historic Playback
Direction
Event History
Lost Contact
Centralized database for location & geofence data

Advanced Location Services

Advanced GPS Service
Mapping Provider : Open Street Maps, Custom Vector Maps
Other Maps Available
Online or Cache : Cache
Radio Location & ID
Pan & Zoom
Radio Activity Only Display
Custom 'Time to Live'
Centralized Geofencing
Multiple Geofence Types and Alerts
Speeding Alerts
Historic Playback
Direction
Event History
Lost Contact
Centralized database for location & geofence data
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