How satellite technology can help First Responders with disaster relief
How VSAT and BGAN terminals can help promote First Responder safety and efficiency, during disaster recovery. […]
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Whether you’re figuring out how to retrieve your sensor data from remote locations; whether you need to track your assets wherever they travel; whether you need a communications solution that works when cellular connectivity is unavailable: we’re here to help.
There’s a solution for every requirement, and that’s where Ground Control comes in. We are proud to manufacture some of the most innovative and reliable hardware on the market, but we’re happy to recommend a partner’s device if they’re a better fit. That’s why we work with leading manufacturers and multiple airtime providers to ensure you get the best possible solution.
TracPlus is the trusted real-time tracking and communication platform used by first responders, government agencies, militaries, and other critical operators around the world. Their platform has been developed to deliver situational awareness to first responders, irrespective of who owns the asset, what the asset is, who provides the tracking, or what the platform or signal type is – be it radio, cellular or satellite.
RWE is one of the world's leading renewable energy companies, and operates 5 hydroelectric stations in Wales, UK. This is an area of significant rainfall, which can lead to damaging and dangerous floods. But with enough advance warning, RWE can harness this rainfall and use it to supply more renewable energy to the grid. This is how satellite connectivity made that possible.
The Icom Push To Talk (PTT) has been a lifeline for over 400 troops entering into unchartered territory while serving their country. Since the army’s adoption of the PTT system, battalions have been able to avoid otherwise deadly enemy engagements through instantaneous communication ability and Talk Groups.