CONET UC Radio Suite bridges gaps between control room comms, TETRA and LTE networks

CONET to present integrated communications solutions for oil and gas extractors, airports and railways at Critical Communications Middle East in Dubai

CONET UC Radio Suite bridges gaps between control room comms, TETRA and LTE networks

CONET Solutions will present featured highlights and key functionality of its UC Radio Suite at Critical Communications Middle East at Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai (14-16 September 2014). The system is already being used throughout Europe by the likes of the Austrian motorway and tunnel operator ASFINAG, Deutsche Bahn, the German Armed Forces and NATO.

All kinds of control rooms and command posts rely heavily on fast and reliable mission critical communications. With its powerful connectors and gateways, CONET UC Radio Suite offers an efficient communication and information platform for the needed communications integration – between analogue and digital internal communications and TETRA networks and between the TETRA and LTE solutions of leading manufacturers.

CONET believes it is especially useful for infrastructure operators with high security needs like oil and gas companies, airports and railways, as well as police, safety and rescue operators, which will benefit from the increased reliability and accelerated reaction capability achieved by using the CONET UC Radio Suite.

Key Features
•    Integration of all communication channels via CONET TETRA/LTE gateway with direct connection to the TETRA and LTE solutions of leading providers like Airbus Defense and Space (formerly Cassidian), Hytera, Motorola and Rohill
•    Web-based intuitive dispatcher interface with comprehensive search and real time status of communications and end devices
•    Direct connection of radio devices to VoIP networks including the provision of push-to-talk (PTT) functionality at desktop phones via the CONET PTT controller
•    General connectivity of analogue and digital radio to the IP network via the CONET mobile radio connector (LMR gateway)
•    Connecting control rooms to emergency call lines (911, 112 etc.) via CONET emergency call voice gateway (ECVG)
•    Integration of geographic information of major GIS providers like Intergraph with endpoint localisation and real-time status information
•    Integration of Internet-based private branch exchange telephone systems (IPBX/NetPBX).

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