HIGHER EDUCATION TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATION PRODUCTS, SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS
According to Statistics there are approximately 130 Universities throughout the United Kingdom with a student population of approximately 1.7 million. Factoring in Staff in Estates, Lecture Halls, to the Classrooms and Student Accommodation across one or multiple sites you need a communication tool and network that you can rely on to instantly connect everyone when emergencies occur.
We not only provide access to the right two-way radio communication products you can rely on, but we also bring enhancements that take a radio system from just a two-way radio to a multi-disciplined tool for your establishment.
MOTOTRBO™ DP40OOE SERIES
DIGITAL PORTABLE TWO-WAY RADIO
The MOTOTRBO™ DP4000e series digital two-way radios are designed for the skilled professional who refuses to compromise. With high-performance integrated voice and data, and advanced features for efficient operation, these next-generation radios deliver full connectivity to your organisation.
HYTERA PD6 SERIES
DIGITAL PORTABLE TWO-WAY RADIOS
DMR Standard Radio, Feature-Rich, Innovative Design, Compact Size, Integrates with Hytera Applications.
VERTEX STANDARD EVX-S24
DIGITAL PORTABLE TWO-WAY RADIO
The EVX-S24 is Vertex Standard’s smallest and lightest digital radio. eVerge™ radios are compact and precision-engineered to deliver value without sacrificing quality, giving you more capabilities and the flexibility you need to communicate at your best. The EVX-S24 meets international standard IP67 and is protected from immersion in water up to 3 feet (1 meter) for 30 minutes and offers complete protection from dust.
The Radio-to-Radio Recording solution allows network administrators to record, log, and playback any calls on two way radio networks, for both Radio-to Radio and Phone-to-Radio conversations. R2R, records and logs thousands of hours of voice traffic generated across a DMR radio system. This intelligent recording system provides an intuitive web based graphical interface to record local, or wide area voice traffic in either .mp3 or .wav formats.
Through your digital two-way radios, you can have a support package to ensure all of your staff are within easy reach, in real time. By utilising the PTT on a two-way radio the user when notified presses and releases to confirm that they are OK if the user does not communicate within the pre-defined time the radio will then go into an ‘emergency mode’. Utilising a loud audible tone the radio will warn the user to respond, if they do not it will set the emergency procedure into play, the radio controller and other users will then be notified.
Unlock the potential of your onsite systems – interface all of your voice and data systems to be as one. Here at DCRS we see it as our duty to provide our customers with the best systems to deliver and monitor your onsite processes. And there is no better team than our own to develop, build and implement the most advanced and effective technological solutions.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTHAMPTON
Effective communications between teams and locations to ensure student and staff safety was paramount in the brief from the University; especially as the University prepares to relocate to a new, purpose built, town centre campus, Waterside Campus, which will open in 2018. Making sure the solution was also cost effective was a key driver for the project.
UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON
With new buildings changing the face of the campuses, reception and communication between staff were becoming sporadic at best due to the limited signal strength of the existing analogue system. DCRS had to provide a reliable radio solution to eliminate weak spots, protect staff, and monitor all users throughout multiple sites.
UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON
The University of Brighton is a UK base for over 21,000 students and 2,500 staff based in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings on the south coast Of England. This project initially began as a tender of which DCRS were awarded; the system specified a requirement of simultaneous communications throughout seven sites, and the system has continued to grow to meet campus and staff growth.