Manufacturing Industry Solutions
TWO WAY communications are already an integral part of operations on most manufacturing sites. In todays competitive manufacturing environment maximising productivity is essential whilst ensuring the safety of all staff continues to be the highest priority. It is essential that communications are reliable, secure and flexible.
Many sites are operating with outdated analog radio systems – Congestion, coverage black spots and a lack of safety and security features, lead to frustration, misunderstandings, productivity slowdowns and situations where staff safety is compromised.
National Wireless now recommends digital two way radio as the best solution for most businesses looking to get more from their communications systems.
Offering superior, crystal clear audio quality and advanced features designed to improve and enhance your business practises.
New digital systems can incorporate radio gateways that allow users on analog radios to talk with those on the new digital system – enabling a seamless transition from analog to digital on a timetable that suits your budget and business strategy.
Some benefits of digital two-way radio for the manufacturing sector are:
- Superior Audio Quality – Consistent voice quality over the coverage area and significantly reduce the background noise.
- GPS functionality – indoor and outdoor – greater safety and accountability for employees and equipment
- Lone worker and man down alarm – Increased safety for employees working alone or in precarious situations
- IP ratings suitable for wet, dirty environments – durability ensures a long lifespan – save on capital expenditure
- ATEX and IECEX rated models available – Maintain communications in volatile potentially explosive gas and dust environments
- More efficient use of spectrum – reduce infrastructure costs
- Extended battery life – less downtime due to recharging
- Encryption for secure communications and messaging – increase efficiency
- Intelligent digital infrastructure will include Redundancy –Communications will continue to function in a crisis situation.