C-Soft is the industry’s most flexible and capable software dispatch console, and is the perfect application for any dispatch environment. C-Soft delivers all of the dispatch capabilities you expect while also giving you the flexibility that only an IP-based software console can provide: simple and quick deployment in the field, easy back-up of communications assets, and the ability to save multiple configurations on a single computer.
The Telex Radio Dispatch DSP-223 Tone-remote adapter provides a reliable means of remotely controlling two-way radio base stations. The adapter can be used in conjunction with all Radio Dispatch consoles, or other manufacturers’ (such as Motorola and GE) remote consoles that use the industry-standard sequential tone-keying format.
Telex is pleased to announce the global launch of the IP-224, the next generation of Ethernet adapter panel to form the heart of the Telex dispatch system. This addition to its dispatch line will ensure Telex remains the industry’s most reliable, scalable, and flexible family of products for coordinating critical communications.
Two centuries ago, hundreds of thousands of settlers made their way through the Cumberland Gap, pushing the Western frontier of the then-young United States into Kentucky and points beyond. Today, portions of the Wilderness Road through the Gap—originally cut by Daniel Boone following Native American paths—have been preserved or recreated in Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, which straddles the borders of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Sanjay Kumar appointed RTS Sales Manager CCS for Middle East and Africa In the future, Kumar will hold responsibility for RTS and Telex sales in the Middle East and Africa Sanjay Kumar: “RTS are the most reliable systems I have ever seen.
As one of the earliest European settlements in Massachusetts outside of the Plymouth Colony, Duxbury is a community with a long, proud history. But that doesn’t mean that the town, an outer suburb of tech-savvy Boston, is behind the times.
For emergency dispatch operations at the Montville, Connecticut Public Safety, which functions under interoperability requirements mandated by the state, interfacing with a variety of radio systems from multiple other agencies is an essential requirement.
The RTS Intercoms team is very pleased to announce that its new RTS ADAM OMNEO interface cards have been presented with a TV Technology magazine STAR 2013 award for superior technology at this year's NAB trade show!
Photo, L-R: Gary Fisher, Sr.
OMNEO is a media networking architecture for professional applications New RTS ADAM OMNEO interface cards transform the RTS ADAM matrix into a flexible, IP-based, AVB-compatible intercom network Launch marks the first deployment of OMNEO in the broadcast intercom industry Las Vegas, NV, April 8, 2013: RTS ADAM intercom matrix products and OMNEO professional media networking technology have come together in a big way at NAB 2013.
Austin, TX – The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department is the state agency responsible for managing and conserving the natural and cultural resources of Texas. They provide hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation opportunities to visitors throughout 55 state parks, 4 state forests, 5 fish hatcheries and various other parks and recreation facilities.
Telex Dispatch equipment is ensuring seamless communications along the length of one of the world’s busiest maritime thoroughfares: the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Working with Denis Aubé from Cartel Communications Systems, the Seaway has been able to determine the best configuration possible for their needs.
A Telex Radio Dispatch system based around IP-223 ROIP network adaptors and C-Soft control positions is providing a flexible solution for the New Hampshire Department of Safety, enabling them to gradually transition from 10 remote offices to a single centralized location in Concord without losing functionality.