January 2018 – Catch up on the latest News from DCRS your Two-Way Radio Partner
We welcomed two new members of staff
Simon Weldon – Simon joins DCRS as a Key Account Manager. Working within the radio industry for almost 30 years he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in regards to two-way radio equipment, systems and applications across a broad spectrum of market sectors.
Tim Clifton – Tim has joined the in-house radio engineering team, with over 20 years’ experience. His most recent role was with a leading communications company supporting, configuring and repairing client’s equipment. He also brings with him an in-depth knowledge of major radio manufacturers.
Both our recruits are valuable additions to the DCRS team, offering fresh opinions and outlooks, innovative ideas and impressive skillsets that help to drive our business forward. As the company continues to thrive, the DCRS headcount is sure to rise again.
HYTERA Launches a New Remote Video Microphone
Hytera’s Remote Video Speaker Microphone (RVM685) is designed to capture, store and share media including audio, image and video evidence taken from the field. The body-worn camera with remote speakerphone allows users to make and receive voice communications, initiate an emergency alarm, and deliver real-time video to a control centre over the LTE network, even in low-light conditions; when paired with the Hytera Multi-mode Advanced Radio.
The Hytera RVM docks into a specially designed Multi-Unit Charger that automatically exports audio, video, images and log to the Digital Evidence Management (DEM) platform. This feature ensures content captured remains tamper-proof and is securely transferred to the control centre.
Control and Monitor Alarms from your Radio System
How are your current Alarms monitored and are they reportable? It’s calculated that the UK annually loses over £1 billion in GDP, due to false alarms and the subsequent downtime and loss of productivity. The potential cost savings from one prevented false alarm would pay for the software.
DCRS can offer a comprehensive solution to work with your radio or mobile phone system giving you full traceability and total control of your security alarms & system alerts.
Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO™ SL1600 Free Multi Charger Offer – While Stocks Last
Motorola Solutions have announced that for every 6 MOTOTRBO™ SL1600 Hand portable you purchase you will receive a Multi-Unit Charger free of Charge. Please talk to your Account Manager, or talk with us on 0800 043 2688 to arrange a quotation.
Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO™ Special Offers Countdown – Finishes Today
It is the last day to order your Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO™ DP1400 Hand portable & MOTOTRBO™ 10 Year Anniversary Offers.
The offer covers the following products:
- MOTOTRBO DP1400
- DP4000e Series (DP4400 / 4600 /4800 and O1 models)
- DM4000e Series (DM4400 / 4600 /4800 and O1 models)
- DP3441e & DP3661e
- SLR 5500
Every quotation or pricing structure document you receive from DCRS will have the appropriate level of discount already applied. Please contact your Account Manager to discuss further, or talk with us on 0800 043 2688 to arrange a quotation.
DON’T FORGET! VERTEX STANDARD Cancellation Reminders
Motorola Solutions announced that they would be bringing their entry tier Vertex Standard products into the Motorola Solutions Professional and Commercial Radio (PCR) portfolio from the 1st January 2018.
They will be carrying out a number of Product Cancellations for mid- and high-tier Vertex Standard products. Learn More Here
Need Assistance With Your Radio System Or On A Technical Matter? We Are Suitably Qualified To Answer Any Questions You May Have. We Are Always Available Online To Chat With You. Alternatively, You Can Call Us On 0800 043 2688, Or Email Your Questions To Sales@Dcrs.Co.Uk
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