Secure Land Communications develops, installs and maintains secure professional and land mobile radio (PMR/LMR) networks and devices based on TETRA, Tetrapol and P25 technologies. The portfolio also encompasses emergency response centres (911/112).
Tactilon Dabat may look like a regular fully rugged smartphone, but it is ground-breaking: it also offers the special multi-purpose push-to-talk buttons familiar from Airbus TETRA radios.
The technical specification gives you more details on what Tactilon Dabat can do:
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PMRExpo is a chance to see the latest innovations in the mission-critical market from 28 to 30 November 2017, in Cologne, Germany.
The Airbus theme this year is hybrid evolution – the exhibition stand shows the future of radio communications, from the latest radios and the smartest networks to group video and messaging apps.
Did you know that a metro company - as well as other transportation companies - can continue to use a TETRA network for mission-critical voice and data and introduce mobile broadband services step-by-step?
Download this paper and learn how this hybrid model can be achieved -
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Tactilon Dabat is the industry-first full TETRA radio built into a smartphone.
You can now start developing your mission-critical app or accessory for this exciting product – through our exclusive SmarTWISP application developer programme.