On July 1, 2019, Motorola solution launched WAVE, a network-independent multimedia communication service in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The network-based Push to Talk (PTT) service connects to the team and enables real-time group communication using any device from mobile phone to two-way radio, computer to broadband device.
In addition to the web-based WAVE service, the Motorola solution also introduced a new dedicated radio: TLK 100. Motorola TLK 100 combines the power of WAVE with a rugged radio form factor for professional users. The device provides enterprises with instant push-to-talk communication across Europe, using 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi networks without the need for expensive or time-consuming band licensing or manual programming. Rugged PTT equipment is ideal for construction, transportation, energy, private security and more. Companies can easily manage employees with integrated GPS positioning to maximize security, check project status, find faster routes, modify tasks, and position team members where they are most needed.
The new WAVE mobile phone software enables workers to turn their phones into broadband PTT phones and instantly communicate anywhere they have broadband services. Users can connect their two-way radio system to WAVE, extend coverage and allow smartphones to communicate with radio users. Integrated messaging also enables them to push text, video, audio, photos and files to individuals or groups, and to coordinate meetings based on location sharing.
The Motorola solution also provides WAVE scheduling software to further simplify everyday broadband PTT group communication. With WAVE Dispatch software, businesses can manage their resources and coordinate their operations with any Internet connection through a browser. Keep in touch with the team to make sure you have all the information you need. Labor can also be deployed more efficiently through location updates and mapping.
Viv Francis, vice president of Motorola solutions channel sales in Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: "We are seeing an increasing demand for easy-to-use Push to Talk services in the field." "People need technology for group-oriented broadband communications, and Dedicated equipment that increases employee productivity with the push of a button."