The DAMM TetraFlex Dispatcher offers increased efficiency in organisations, operating a fleet of subscribers that require radio communications command, control and monitoring.
- Simple and user-friendly Windows-based software dispatcher solution
- Fully integrated and authenticated communication
- Designed for efficient operation across worldwide industries
- Voice, SDS, GPS tracking, geofencing, picture, file and video transfer supported
- Subscriber register access and full automatic phonebook access
- Pre-defined SDS status and text messages
The DAMM TetraFlex Dispatcher enables communication with TETRA, DMR and Analog radios, as well as with other dispatchers and DAMM TetraFlex PTT. The cross-technology capability enables the management of a multi-technology network with just one type of dispatcher.
To create the user interface that is the most suitable for the user requirements, individual windows can be arranged and their size adjusted. Instant dispatcher functionalities are enabled upon installation on a PC and can be accessed by different users with their individual user number. The layout created by the individual user will be logged on the PC and the layout of the dispatcher will dependent on the user.
Apart from dongle-imposed configurations, access can be further regulated by Windows user rights and settings in the subscriber register. Dispatcher access may also be protected by network authentication and a PIN code.
Whether communicating by text or voice, everything from SDS text messages and group or individual calls to receipt of live video streams are covered by the dispatcher.
For ease of identification, colour-coding is used throughout the dispatcher to show subscriber status, easily identify groups of subscribers, link and attach colour-coded teams to DGNA groups and identify specific audio paths.
The mapping function keeps track of company assets such as vehicles, goods and personnel and stores position history for a limited period of time. The geofencing function can trigger alerts and warnings by SDS or by attaching DGNA groups to subscribers leaving or entering a specific area.
Ambient listening can be activated to check for activity around the terminal user. By efficiently coordinating personnel, damage to property and personal injuries in an emergency situation can be reduced significantly. The DGM function can be used to create teams and link them to groups for efficient communication and coordination of tasks such as emergency services, repairs and clean-up. This can even be done directly from the map.