Our Alerting Networks are Simple & Reliable
Local & Regional Solutions
Guaranteeing Self Reliant Alerting & Communications
It will guarantee self-reliant alerting and communication with your relief forces, even when the public networks and infrastructures are unavailable. Our local solutions let you send alerts, search for your personnel and even forward information from third-party systems such as fire alarm systems. Our networks are quick, reliable and secure as well as economical in terms of development, operation and maintenance.
Our ‘I.SEARCH’ and ‘I.SITE III’ solutions are very well-suited for local solutions. Usage examples include alerting on-site fire brigades, alerting in the event of any equipment / system malfunctions and alerting and communication for private and general hospitals along with care homes, nursing homes, residential homes, clinics and psychiatric centres.
Our regional solutions allow you to send alerts and notifications and transmit data, among other elements. Base stations are simply connected to one another over a regional radio network. This can be achieved either via an internet or integrated radio connection. The network architecture then enables you to alert large regions within literally seconds. We use systems such as express-alarm to keep alerting times to an absolute minimum.
For regional solutions, we recommend using the ITC 2500 Base Station together with our PNC network management software.
We employ the technology of one of the world’s leading experts in the field of national alerting networks. We operate our own national TELEPAGE® radio paging network in Switzerland where approximately 100 million messages pass through our network each year quickly and securely. Our radio paging network solutions are fully scalable to suit your requirements and suitable for alerting individual federal states or states. Various fall back levels also safeguard against possible system component failure. System monitoring detects if and when a system component fails too. The designated redundancy or fall-back level automatically comes into play and the malfunction is immediately without any delay reported to the system administrator.
Connecting the Primary Response Computer to a Digital Alerting Network
It is also easy to connect the primary response computer to a digital alerting network using various standard protocols (TMIP/AL).
After Sales Support
We’ll provide full technical advice & support for alerting solutions on a local, regional or national network basis.
Fast Delivery of Alerting Messages
Parallel Delivery of Alerting Messages to Individuals & Groups
Guaranteed Reliability 24/7/365
Highest Reachability of First Responders
Redundancy of all Critical System Components (as well as of emergency power)
No Congestion Due to Other Users (i.e. voice traffic)
Low Lifecycle Operational Cost
Logging Messages and Status Information
Welcome to Our Pager Systems
Choose RTLS Communications?
We’re Engineers First