TTG company, Global mobile radio specialist Simoco, will offer delegates at this year’s European Utility Telecom Conference (EUTC) the opportunity to learn more about the benefits of Digital Mobile Radio (DMR), with a demonstration of their complete end-to-end DMR system, Simoco Xd with Tier III Trunking.
Simoco Xd has been built on the back of the company’s extensive experience in deploying large scale systems to utility providers who manage national infrastructure, providing services across both urban and rural areas to support the smart grid networks and ensure scope for future expansion. With its all-IP infrastructure, Simoco Xd offers an ideal solution for engineers working in the field, with improved digital voice clarity and interoperability with other vendors for a more effective communications network.
Ian Carr, CEO of Simoco said: “EUTC is the only European telecommunications event dedicated to energy and utility professionals. It provides the perfect opportunity for us to meet with senior executives from utility and other critical infrastructure companies to discuss their requirements, and how our industry experience can improve efficiencies and the quality and functionality of their communications systems.”
On the first day of the event, Andy Grimmett, chief technologist at Simoco, will present a paper on the role that private mobile radio (PMR) networks can play in delivering data used by utility companies. He will draw on Simoco’s experience in deploying communications systems and integrating voice and data into the wireless operational environment.
Simoco Xd Tier III Trunking offers reliability and resilience at minimum cost, delivering value both in terms of initial investment and ongoing maintenance. With the latest advances in GPS tracking, lone worker and intelligent man-down, it offers a rapid response communications system, which is paramount for those working in hazardous environments and particularly applicable to the energy and utility sectors.
Simoco will be at stands 9 and 10 at EUTC from the 23rd-25th October. You can find out more about the conference by visiting http://www.eutc2013.utc.org/