Classic Air Medical provides emergency transport of patients via 12 flight bases throughout the Intermountain West region of the USATelex C-Soft consoles bridge VHF and 800 MHz radios to incoming cellular, satellite, VoIP and conventional calls at the flight centerPeak Mobile Communication integrated Telex radio dispatch for seamless communication with aircraft, first responders and medical facilitiesBurnsville, MN (December 2018): In the rugged, sparsely populated Intermountain West region, emergency medical transport is an everyday need.
Telex provides reliable communications to help guide marine traffic in and out of the 52-mile Houston Ship ChannelC-Soft dispatch software provides monitoring and control of multiple radio towers via Telex IP-224 IP radio gatewaysThe Houston Pilots consult with D&G Communications to ensure reliable radio contact between cargo and petrochemical vessels and dispatchers
Burnsville, MN (April 2018): Despite being landlocked, the Port of Houston is one of the busiest harbors in America, constantly moving huge numbers of massive cargo freighters via the 52-mile Houston Ship Channel.
Telex Radio Dispatch solution seamlessly connects over 20 public safety organizations across Sumner County, TennesseeC-Soft Software Consoles and IP-224 interfaces connect multiple radios across various platforms including analog, DMR, and P25; scalable network for 911 dispatch operatorsNashville-based radio and IT specialists CommTech handled the design and integration of the systemThe Sumner County Emergency Communications Center (SCECC), was built in order to consolidate all of the public safety dispatch centers located in Sumner County, TN into a single facility in Gallatin, TN.
Implements the DMR AIS standard to support wireline interfacing (direct IP) between C-Soft and DMR repeaters
Supports FIPS 140-2 encryption for P25 DFSI conventional wireline interface (direct IP)
Provides API/SDK option for enhanced integration with third-party developers (e.
Enforcement officers and scientists gain reliable radio communication, even in remote backcountryIntegration plan by Phase 4 Design enables independent dispatch capability with scanning over existing wide area radio networkTelex consoles and adapters leverage Internet links with existing infrastructure for full duplex RoIP connectivity statewide
Burnsville, MN (August 2016): The Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) faces a monumental challenge: to provide smooth, reliable communications between its headquarters in Olympia, its statewide local and regional offices, and over 150 field officers patrolling some of the most rugged, isolated geography in the United States.
Customized Telex dispatch solution mirrors real-world needs of end-usersNew C-Soft V7 software developed in cooperation with Minneapolis Public School Transportation DepartmentAdditional customers have already opted for the industry’s most flexible and scalable software-based dispatch platform
Minneapolis, August 2015 The Minneapolis Public Schools Transportation Department is responsible for 500 buses on the road each school day.
Next generation of Telex’s flagship C-Soft dispatch software.A range of new features enhance the C-Soft platform’s globally proven performance and reliability.C-Soft V7 offers a user-friendly and flexible solution for a wide range of customers and vertical markets.
Burnsville, MN, September 29, 2014: Telex Radio Dispatch is pleased to announce the introduction of two new interfaces for its C-Soft console – the industry’s most capable, flexible, and scalable software-based dispatch console.
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.
Lincoln, NE and Jersey City, NJ – January 20, 2013 - Telex Radio Dispatch and PowerTrunk Inc. have announced the joint development of an IP-based dispatch console interface designed for the PowerTrunk-T TETRA system.
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 Transport Department of the Cook Children’s Medical Center, in Fort Worth, Texas, recently migrated from an analog dispatch console system to a fully IP-based Telex solution.
Cook Children’s Transport Department, also known as “Teddy Bear Transport,” provides pediatric and neonatal critical care transport via five ground ambulances, a helicopter, and a fixed-wing aircraft across a 17 county referral area as well as other areas within North Central and West Texas and Southern Oklahoma.
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.
The Midway Airport base of Southwest Airlines in Chicago, Illinois relies upon Telex Radio Dispatch equipment to coordinate communications for its daily operations at the state’s second largest airport.
Forms core of Telex radio dispatch system Combines state-of-the-art technology with user-friendly installation and operation Telex is pleased to announce the global launch of the IP-224, the next generation IP Radio Gateway to form the heart of the Telex dispatch system.
Cost-effective RoIP Systems from Telex Radio Dispatch Bring Extended Range and Interoperability to a Major Metropolitan School District
In 1859, Denver was an out-of-the-way backwater of the Territory of Kansas, a supply hub for the few hundred gold-seekers panning the South Platte River and digging mines in the nearby Rocky Mountains.
With a student body of nearly 30,000, Portland State University (PSU) is the largest university in Oregon. The campus is made up of 50 buildings, including ten student housing facilities, situated on 50 acres in central Portland.
Around 20 participants from EMEA took part in the TELEX RoIP/VoIP (Radio over IP / Voice over IP) Dispatch Academy in Berlin “Bosch Repräsentanz” at the end of April (26 - 28). Hosted by Paul Mayer, TELEX Dispatch technical support engineer, the three-day workshops dealt primarily with TELEX radio dispatch systems.
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.
San Ramon Valley Fire District (San Ramon, CA) in the San Francisco bay area is one of many busy emergency service departments relying upon the solid performance of Telex IP-223 IP-based network remote adapters for their mobile command vehicles.
How does a small city handle a big crowd without huge problems? That’s a key question facing authorities in the Gulf Coast hot-spot of Galveston, Texas, where popular events such as Mardi Gras, Spring Break, and the Lone Star Motorcycle Rally can draw nearly a half-million people to a city of under 60,000.
Telex RadioCom intercom systems are providing an optimal balance of user-friendliness and excellent audio quality at two new installations in Fargo, ND.
NLFX Professional, of Bemidji, MN, selected systems built around Telex RadioCom BTR-1 UHF wireless intercom systems—standard issue on NFL sidelines—for system upgrades at North Dakota State University and the FARGODOME.
With four dispatch centers and 33 remote sites spanning a vast triangle from Brownsville, TX to Mobile, AL and out into the Gulf of Mexico, Air Logistics LLC (a Bristow Company) of New Iberia, LA, is a leading provider of helicopter transportation services to the oil and gas industry.
The Eastern Quebec Emergency Call Center (CAUREQ) has chosen an IP-based Telex Radio Dispatch solution for their new Communications Center at Rimouski. Up until the Telex upgrade, CAUREQ had been using simple telephone and radio systems to cover their territory in the north-eastern part of Quebec, from La Pocatiere to Sept-iles on the north shore of the St.
BearCom, one of the nation's leading Telex wireless distributors, worked together with their Houston branch and communications specialists NACR to provide Telex emergency radio dispatch equipment for Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.
The Telex Dispatch systems at the Galveston County Office of Emergency Management (installed by BearCom) ensured seamless emergency services communications for the evacuation and monitoring of the area during Hurricane Ike in September 2008.
Two years after its standup, radio-over-internet protocol routed network has a very different mission and much greater reach than originally planned. RIPRnet is a key communications network for both ground convoys and air operations throughout Iraq, consisting of 15 core sites and 37 ground station consoles.
Technology initially deployed to help protect Iraq’s citizens during the referendum of the country’s first constitution is now increasing security for U.S. troop convoys traversing the dangerous roads of Southwest Asia.
To ensure airmen keying in for radio checks don’t get that ominous “dead air,” the Air Force is using a new communication system, known as the “Radio over Internet Protocol Routed network,” or RIPRNET.
In his 1997 book The Innovator's Dilemma, Harvard Business School professor Clayton M. Christensen introduced us to the "disruptive technology" concept, which describes an innovation that challenges and ultimately replaces the conventional way of doing things.
Wireless communications within our public schools became a hot-button issue following the 1999 Columbine High School shooting tragedy. No one could argue that our educational facilities needed improved interoperability tools that would provide instant and continuous two-way access to first responders during a major incident.
Home to the NFL's Arizona Cardinals, the Fiesta Bowl and the rotating NCAA college football National Bowl Championship Series, the University of Phoenix Stadium is a general-use facility that hosts a wide variety of sporting, entertainment, trade shows, and corporate events.
The St. John’s County Sheriff’s Office in St. Augustine, FL recently installed Telex IP-223 IP-based network remote adapters and C-Soft Windows-based consoles in their mobile command unit, bringing an exceptional level of ROIP communications interoperability and ease-of-use to the vehicle.
Background A large electrical transmission and distribution company in the Northeast United States needed to update their 20 year-old, two-way radio network. The company’s consistency, convenience, and clarity of communication had been suffering as a result of the antiquated system.
The Murray County 911 Center in Sulphur, Okla. recently upgraded their dispatch capabilities with the help of IP-223 RoIP remote adapters and state-of-the-art C-Soft IP-based software.
The 911 center, Murray County’s sole dispatcher, had been operating with a simple telephone and radio system for years.
Hurricane Katrina proved to be one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history. Thousands of people were killed, tens of thousands were left homeless, and damages totaled billions of dollars. The hurricane completely destroyed all communications infrastructure due to wind damage, flooding, power loss and structural failure.
For nearly a year, the Air Force has developed and tested a communications system allowing commanders to talk directly to troops operating convoys outside the wire. On Jan. 12, Radio over Internet Protocol Routed network, or RIPRnet, earns its initial operational capable title – achieving a critical milestone in the program’s short history.
The brand new 40,000 sq. ft. city hall and police station in the Seattle suburb of Sammamish, Wash. has a sq. ft. of space for each of the city’s 40,000 residents. It’s is a beautiful facility that compliments the local environment perfectly.
American Casino & Entertainment Properties LLC (ACEP LLC) recently upgraded their internal telecommunications network with Telex ROIP equipment, bringing a new level of flexibility and user-friendliness to day to day communications between their four main properties: the Stratosphere (Las Vegas, NV), Arizona Charlie’s Boulder (Las Vegas, NV), Arizona Charlie’s Decatur (Las Vegas, NV) and the Aquarius (Laughlin, NV).
Cobalt Equipment is an equipment rental company specializing in emergency services. When a wildfire, hurricane, tornado, flood, or earthquake occurs, Cobalt has State and Federal contracts to respond, and relies upon a wide variety of high-quality equipment at various locations around the U.
Mid Georgia Ambulance Service is an internationally recognized EMS operation with 29 ambulances and over 140 dedicated EMS professionals, who respond to over 30,000 requests for service each year. They provide 911 emergency response coverage across a large portions of Georgia including Cook County and Chattahoochee County; approximately 40% of Bibb County, and supplemental 911 coverage in Muscogee County.