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Hytera Heightens UC for Public Security

April 21, 2015

Over 20 years ago, Hytera set out with the lofty vision of being a top provider of professional communications equipment and services worldwide and in doing complete its mission of bringing customers unlimited communications. April 20, Hytera launched the Hytera SmartOne and brought them one step closer to achieving their mission.

The Hytera SmartOne provides public security professionals with seamless communication over network interconnection to provide dispatchers with the ability to communicate with a number of users from a number of different networks.

By integrating PMR networks, PSTN public networks and computer technology the SmartOne makes it possible for commanders, dispatchers, public network as well as two-way radio users to be accessible at any time and regardless of location.

MK Wong, Deputy General Manager of Hytera Communications. “With Hytera SmartOne, our various clients in the public security and safety sector, including firefighters, police officers and security personnel who use different communication systems, will benefit from greater network inter-connection, allowing them to communicate more efficiently, optimize coordination and responses and better serve their communities in times of crises.”

SmartOne’s unified API interface provides integrators with the opportunity to mold the solution to one’s need. Users can share video, photos, short messages and reports through the interface.

After getting a taste of the user experience from the company’s release video, it certainly feels a bit like a scene from any number of the Call of Duty franchise videogames. While it feels a bit like a videogame, technology has made what we once viewed as “advanced warfare” today’s warfare, with Unified Communications (UC) playing an integral role. UC can offer real-time collaboration and communication—and with this being second to none on the battlefield, choose wisely.

Edited by Dominick Sorrentino

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