From lone worker monitoring to automating routine tasks, apps on DMR radios enable organisations to do so much more than just voice communications.
Apps on digital mobile radio (DMR) systems can increase efficiency and productivity with time-saving automation and functionality. You can track vehicle data such as current location and speed, and get alerts when a vehicle reaches a certain point or goes beyond a certain range. You can track events such as engine on/off, door open/close and siren on/off. You can assign tasks, text groups or individuals and record voice calls. Most importantly, these apps can and have literally saved lives by keeping track of your workers, and initiating incident Responses.
To enable these tasks, these are just some of the current apps available in the Motorola Solutions’ DMR portfolio (known as MOTOTRBO):
Efficiently manage fleet operations (fleet tracking) and remotely control radios. Get live status updates and configure the radio to send online/offline reports to the server.
Provides communications between the dispatcher and remote radios. Make broadcast, group, private, remote monitor or emergency calls even faster using programmable shortcuts.
Create, assign and monitor job tickets through the radio network to deliver routine tasks more efficiently. Radio users can accept or decline the job ticket by simply pushing a button.
Log all system events including voice calls, text messages and status changes. Customise rules, filter and group events or generate reports detailing location and radio status.
Monitor and manage remote equipment from the control room. The system supports native MOTOTRBO telemetry with multiple profiles supported for different devices.
ALARM & LONE WORKER
Improve the safety of personnel with automatic alarms and lone worker protection. The alarm can also be sent as an automated message, email or SMS.
TEXT MESSAGES & EMAIL
Easily communicate with other devices when voice communication is not possible. Send broadcast, group or private text messages. Radio users can text back to the dispatcher.
SMART DEVICE INTEGRATION WITH WAVE
WAVE Work Group Communications is an enterprise-grade broadband push-to-talk (PTT) solution which is optimised for connection to MOTOTRBO Connect Plus radio systems. WAVE works over any wireless IP network (3G, 4G/LTE or WiFi), supports all Android and iOS devices and is capable of standalone operation.
Monitor the performance and utilisation of your system: real-time activity; diagnostics and control; alarm log and alarm notifications; RF coverage map; analytics and reports.
Continuous voice recording of all calls with playback for analysis, reporting or training purposes. Audio files are stored in MP3 format on the radio server and dispatcher.
IP SYSTEM BRIDGE
Communicate between radios located on different networks. Interconnect geographically distributed systems and set up permanent and dynamic bridging of voice and data calls.
Accurately display the location of workers wherever they are indoors when there is no GPS coverage. Set up indoor positioning units throughout your facility where there is no GPS coverage and seamlessly monitor the indoor and outdoor location of users via the one console.
Follow workers, vehicles and business assets in real-time to ensure maximum safety and productivity. View routes, set up geofencing and log radio movements using a configurable set of rules.
RF COVERAGE MONITORING
Maximise system performance and make sure everyone is connected with RF coverage maps. These provide a graphical representation of network coverage based on the RSSI level of signals received from GPS-enabled MOTOTRBO radios.
Make and receive calls between MOTOTRBO radios and telephones. Enable a dispatcher to make and receive telephone calls through the dispatcher console.
Secure your communications with the industry-standard 256-bit encryption scheme.
DATA WEB CLIENT
Empower remote dispatchers to access the system using a web interface.
ROUTE (JOURNEY) MANAGEMENT
Efficiently manages travel operations (vehicle and personnel tracking) and remotely controls radios to get live status updates. Radios can be configured to send automated travel requests with expected durations, location and number of personnel travelling to a managed centralised server.