The production and transport of energy takes place in a complex environment. It is a vast, sparsely populated area with varying terrains and landscapes. The people working in this environment need reliable, robust radio communications.
Claricor® TETRA system is the smart choice for secure radio communications.
Reliable communication is essential for making the right decisions based on facts, not assumptions. Radio communication is necessary between the operators in the plants and along the transmission lines and with the control center in the headquarters.
Claricor packs the punch of a fully-featured and full-sized radio communication system. You can start with a single base station and expand from there.
Claricor TETRA System can smoothly support any organisational structure. It is a good choice for
Airbus TETRA radios meet the toughest demands in the energy industry. They are easy to use and proven with an excellent track record in these and other professional applications.
Claricor TETRA System meets mission-critical requirements thanks to its enhanced redundancy. Should a network element fail, the system can continue its operation.
Vital security features include base station fall back - a base station can continue to serve the users even without a connection to the TETRA Server (or switch) - and direct mode (DMO) communication between radios.
If you choose Claricor TETRA System and the Tactilon Agnet application, your fleet of devices can include smartphones.
With the app, smartphone users can participate in group communication very much the same way as with TETRA radios. What's more, they enjoy this possibility also outside TETRA network coverage - provided that their broadband connection works.
The key parts of a radio communication system are the TETRA Server (or switch), base stations, and TETRA radios.
Claricor is quick and easy to set up. The network can be running in a matter of days or even minutes.
Claricor can be easily expanded as the needs grow. It is possible to start from a single site serving a small number of users and grow it to a fully-fledged network serving thousands of users.
Critical communications / 17 April 2019