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The effective working of community emergency services is inconceivable without an organized system of communications providing the quick resolution of jobs to eliminate and prevent emergency situations. The availability of such a system can be achieved by deploying broad-based multi-zone radio networks based on MOTOTRBO equipment and the SmartPTT software package.
Advantages

The effective working of community emergency services is inconceivable without an organized system of communications providing the quick resolution of jobs to eliminate and prevent emergency situations. The availability of such a system can be achieved by deploying broad-based multi-zone radio networks based on MOTOTRBO equipment and the SmartPTT software package.

The SmartPTT radio dispatch communication system for community emergency services provides robust wireless communication for subscribers with each other and the dispatcher. Thanks to this, robust and efficient cooperation between subdivisions and groups of users can be achieved in emergency situations.

The SmartPTT-based system is an indispensable means of communication for carrying out jobs requiring maximum responsiveness. It provides:

  • rapid transmission of signals (commands) and fresh information to subordinate operating elements;
  • organization of a large number of user groups scattered both by area territorially (different areas of responsibility) and by function (fire-fighting equipment, rescue vehicles, search and rescue units, auxiliary transport etc.).
  • conduct of telephone conversations in group- and individual communication modes with the provision of the option of connecting to the public telephone network and departmental network link;
  • transmission of data, including user’s coordinates and status.

Benefits for the dispatcher:

  • A stable link for the dispatcher with the subunits, even when moving across terrain, and communication with selected groups of subscribers or individual user call.
  • Separate automated workstations can be organized for dispatchers, controlling auxiliary equipment, rescuers, rescue vehicles, etc.
  • Checking location of the subscribers using GPS receiver built into the radio station
  • Remote monitoring of radio station to keep up with the situation if there is no response from the user.

Benefits for the personnel:

  • A stable link with one another in groups or individually, and link with the dispatcher
  • The ability to link between personnel working within the boundaries of a single territory entrusted to them and with their dispatcher
  • Redeployment of operational groups from one emergency spot to another without loss of signal
  • Health and safety: periodic voice notifications on the channel in the event of work being carried out that represents a danger to life; “Lone Worker” and “Man Down” modes.
  • Receive assignments and report on their performance via user terminals
  • Communication with telephone users

Benefits for the managers:

  • Operational management from any point where there is a computer network
  • Timeliness, safety and reliability of information received and transmitted
  • Increase in personnel discipline due to listening to and recording conversations 
Technical Design

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A typical solution for the organization of a dispatcher radio communications system is shown in the drawing. This solution uses MOTOTRBO digital radio communications equipment and SmartPTT software as an add-in to perform the functions of dispatching, recording conversations and flexible call- and channel bridging.

One or more repeaters can be set up in each area being controlled to provide communications for the dispatcher with mobile subscribers and for mobile subscribers with one another. Depending on the suggested number of subscribers and network load, the repeaters may work either in the IP Site Connect conventional work mode, or in the Linked Capacity Plus trunking mode (a mode of dynamically assigning channels on demand).

Using the corporate data transmission network the repeaters in the areas being controlled are linked to one another and interact under the control of the SmartPTT software. The SmartPTT server installed separately in each area provides voice and data transmission between mobile subscribers and the dispatcher and in addition carries out the following functions:

  • Acting as an intermediary between repeaters and SmartPTT dispatcher consoles.
  • Bridging channels between the repeaters of different sites
  • Recording conversations and logging system events
  • Transmission of data received from system subscribers to third-party applications, if required

In situations where it is impossible to connect the repeater set up at a remote area to the system via IP channels, an option is used with communication via MOTOTRBO control stations connected to the SmartPTT server. In this case voice and data are transmitted only on the radio channel.

SmartPTT dispatch consoles interact with system subscribers via the SmartPTT server. Thanks to the flexible mechanism of multi-channel processing and output of sounds from different sources (channels, subscribers, talk groups) each console can replace a pool of subscriber radio stations which a dispatcher would have required for the efficient management of several areas or groups of users.

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