Dispatch | GPS
Manage your day-to-day operations and co-ordinate emergency operations more effectively.
Premium And Affordable Dispatch | GPS Solutions Help To Secure Your Organization And Personnel
A good Dispatch | GPS solution will enable organizations to carry out administrative tasks, manage day-to-day operations and above all co-ordinate emergency operations much more effectively. A dispatch system can help boost productivity through more efficient subscriber management, call group co-ordination and by linking with other systems such as PABX/PSTN networks.
Dispatch solutions are particularly useful when it comes to boosting safety, as dispatchers and network operators can use GPS location services to remotely monitor radio users and assets in real time and locate their presence on their consoles using map displays. This makes it much easier for dispatchers to see who has pressed an emergency button, for example, note exactly where they are, and dispatch whoever is best placed to provide help most quickly.
Dispatch systems with full voice recording and call logging can also be very helpful in terms of providing visibility to managers about business operations. By accessing and playing back recordings of who said what and when, managers can use the material to aid training programs and improve the organization’s performance.
Hytera Versatile SmartDispatch Benefits
In addition to linking mobile radios, repeaters can also be added via IP to use the system as a radio dispatcher. This delivers an IP dispatching system, enabling network-wide voice recording and direct control of the repeater time slots.
The Hytera SmartDispatch System console supports multiple views and screen splitting across displays so that all the information you require can be seen immediately. This feature avoids dispatcher users having to switch between different views during their operation.
Users have the option to choose their own preferable mapping engines based on their specific usage requirements. These mapping engines include; Google Maps, MapInfo, Google Offline Map, etc.
Hytera SmartDispatch System is ideal for global customers as the application supports multiple languages. The display language can be switched easily from the dispatcher console interface without needing to reboot the application.
Based on each customer’s needs, each dispatch client access level can be assigned to selected radio units, or the entire fleet, and can also be assigned to specific sites or any site in the system.
Compared to most GPRS-based solutions, Hytera SmartDispatch relies on the DMR communication network for GPS location instead of the GPRS protocol. That means there is no recurring monthly fee for data.
Hytera Halo Dispatch
Hytera HALO Dispatch provides nationwide group calling from one or more dispatchers with pre-programmed or dynamic call groups. Quickly build dynamic groups with a simple list selection or by selecting an area on the dispatch.
Hytera HALO Dispatch can track multiple user locations and travel routes with job site time stamps to manage and dispatch remote workers. Dispatchers can draw geofences on the map to define boundaries for territories and service areas. Alarms can be generated when users enter or leave a geofenced areas.
View and share multiple videos from remote workers using Hytera VM780 Bodycams and cell phones running the HALO Android apps. Hytera HALO Dispatch can also stream videos to other users in the field.
Draw geofence boundaries for individuals or groups of remote users, and receive alarms when workers enter or leave geofence areas.
No need to install and upgrade client software applications; simply run Hytera HALO Dispatch on a standard web browser.
Supports sending and receiving Emergency Alarms for enhanced worker safety. Dispatcher can perform Lone Worker monitoring, and remotely monitor audio and video during emergency situations.
All users can communicate with each other and dispatch with free-form or pre-programmed text messages.
Features full call recording, logging, and playback.
Dispatch can stun (disable) and revive (turn on) remote radios that are lost or stolen or used maliciously.