Hytera Unveiled CCW 2019 To Showcase Its Converged Private Network Communication Solution

- Jun 23, 2019-

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On June 18, 2019 Critical Communications World (CCW) opened in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. CCW is a top industry event in critical communications areas around the world, attracting the world's leading communications companies. Hytera demonstrated a series of converged communication solutions at the venue.

Around the concept of converged communication, Hytera's solutions range from narrowband networks to broadband-narrowband convergence to broadband networks, and private network-Internet of Things, including the latest Hytera DMR-compliant and TETRA-compliant devices. Multi-mode two-way radio, P-LTE, V-LTE and MCS broadband cluster solutions and a dedicated network of Internet of Things focusing on network, management and device innovation.

At the conference, Hytera's solutions cover public safety, energy, transportation, operators and other industries, demonstrating Hytera's outstanding mission-critical and data-processing capabilities.

Hytera exhibited a fusion command center, Augmented Reality (AR) dispatch, networked police cars and a variety of emergency communications products. Focus on the public safety industry to help customers achieve comprehensive situational awareness, rapid emergency response and accurate resource scheduling. The TETRA+LTE standard system and terminal, command and control center, customized in-vehicle wireless communication equipment, etc., provide mission-critical communication services for customers in the rail transit industry, helping customers achieve safe, orderly and efficient urban transportation. Hytera also demonstrated energy solutions including communication systems, explosion-proof terminals, and SCADA systems that comply with DMR and TETRA standards. The live audience operated through the screen in real time to learn more about the converged communication solutions for users in the petroleum, petrochemical, power and mining industries. In addition, in the face of network operators, Hytera also brings a Push to talk Over cellular (PoC) solution with multiple profit models. Through this solution, network operators can provide users with multimedia communication services such as voice, text, pictures, and video across regions.

Hytera broadband systems, multi-mode devices, network command and other products have achieved breakthroughs in technology, demonstrating Hytera's superior technology and ability to serve customers in multiple industries.