TTG company, Simoco Group, will be joining hundreds of exhibitors and dozens of speakers at Comms Connect in Melbourne, Australia next month. The global mobile radio specialist will head to Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 1st of October to demonstrate its Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) and P25 technologies, and speak on open standards, at the two-day expo.
Attendees are invited to see Simoco’s latest range of AMBE +2 vocoder enhanced P25 terminals, which are recognised by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Compliance Assessment Program (CAP) as meeting interoperability standards with other P25 vendors. These terminals will be running on Simoco’s simulcast infrastructure, connected to an Avtech dispatcher via a Direct Serial Interface (DSFI), illustrating a complete end-to-end P25 solution.
Simoco Xd, an IP-based DMR solution, including the new 50 Watt Base Station, which launched last month, will be on display as a cost-effective solution in mission critical radio environments. Visitors will also see Simoco’s Voice Recorder in action, along with TRACX and Reveloc Automatic Vehicle Location and personal solutions that enable real-time tracking of GPS equipped terminals.
“Comms Connect brings together the most influential two-way radio manufacturers and buyers in Australia,” said Robert Meachem, General Manager of Simoco Australasia, “and the event continues to help us promote Simoco’s open standards-based radio communications technologies. In addition to demonstrating our solutions, we will be presenting on open standards and meeting with key end users and partners to establish and strengthen strategic relationships.”
Andy Grimmett, Simoco’s Head of Product Strategy and Chair of the DMRA, will be presenting on Open Standard DMR Tier III Trunking as part of the conference. Interoperability is becoming more and more relevant across all industries including public safety and security, utilities, natural resources, transport, and government and public infrastructure. As a strong advocate of a truly open multi-vendor market for critical communications, Andy will explore the importance and value of manufacturers developing solutions that adhere to open standards and are backed by the DMRA.
Following the success of Comms Connect Sydney in June, organisers expect to see over 1,000 critical communications professionals across the utilities, public safety, government, transport and mining sectors. Simoco’s attendance at both events marks the company’s commitment to delivering integrated communications solutions to a broad range of markets in Australia.
Simoco is inviting attendees to its stand (#90) to learn more about DMR and P25 plus be in the chance of winning a Go Pro. For more information on Comms Connect, visit http://comms-connect.com.au/