In today’s fast-paced world, seamless communication is crucial for businesses and public safety organisations alike. Simoco Wireless Solutions, a leading provider of mission-critical communication systems, has emerged as a trusted name in the Australasia market. With our innovative approach and cutting-edge technology, Simoco has revolutionised wireless communication across various industries. In this blog post, we will explore the key features and benefits of Simoco Wireless Solutions in Australia.
The Australian International Aerospace and Defence Exposition and Air Show
The Australian International Aerospace and Defence Exposition and Air Show is held every two years at Avalon Airport in Melbourne, Victoria, and is the largest civil and military air show in the Australian calendar, with over 250,000 attendees. The air show has grown rapidly over recent years and now features a strong international military presence including aircraft from the Royal Australian Air Force, the United States Marine Corps, and the United States Air Force. Representatives from other countries have also appeared at the air show on many occasions, including aircraft from the Royal Air Force, Japan Air Self-Defence Force, Republic of Singapore Air Force, and many others.
Over the years certain rules have been established to make radio communication go more efficiently. Here are the basic protocols for radio use, this will help you understand and improve your overall experience when using your two-way radio.
Simoco Wireless Solutions is proud to be a platinum sponsor of Comms Connect. Comms Connect is at the forefront of exhibitions for the critical communications sector in Australia. It allows industry experts to share ideas and introduce pioneering technology and key trends that are changing the critical communication landscape. Leading professionals from around the world debate where the critical communications industry will be heading in the future.
Better Intelligence and Communications are needed to counter current global environmental threats.
The World Economic Forum’s annual risks report has consistently since 2012 highlighted extreme weather, climate action failure and human environmental damage in the top five risks to global habitation. The breakout of the Covid-19 pandemic early in 2020, understandably made it into the top five in 2020’s WEF annual risk report, but despite the impact that the pandemic has wrought across the world, the top three risks are still environmental.
Businesses are demanding that the information needed to analyse and monitor elements within their industries, are delivered in real-time. Many mobile units, such as vehicles rely on separate network connections to move information from disparate systems sources. The result is a mobile units often maintain a variety of data sources across multiple cellular networks. This makes for very expensive connectivity in a single unit and may discourage organisations from collating more information which, in turn, leads to a better informed and more agile business decisions. The need for a unified hub that aggregates and manages the data and that can in turn be centrally configured and managed remotely in real-time is an interesting and compelling story.
Simoco launches Velocity an integrated IoT platform with edge computing designed to bring customers high speed broadband Internet connectivity and convergence
Simoco Wireless Solutions, a leading mission critical communications manufacturer have recently announced the launch of Velocity providing customers an all in one intelligent communications platform. Velocity gives organisations a dedicated platform for managing mission critical voice and data communications and is suitable for an array of markets including but not limited to utilities and mining, transportation and cash and valuables in transit, public safety and government.
Comms Connect is always a key event for critical communications in the Australasia region. This year due to COVID-19, the show went virtual. Leading professionals from all over Australia and the rest of the World debated where the critical communications industry is heading. Peter Scarlata CEO Simoco Australasia presented on a major talking point in the industry: “Next-generation land mobile radio systems — how does the industry keep radio relevant”, the presentation was very well received by industry peers.
Simoco Launches DMR Coverage Extender to solve the issue of black spots and signal loss in harsh environments and fringe areas
Every day, organisations around the world face a constantly evolving challenge of maintaining reliable and clear communications. Whether it’s at the top of a mountain, deep in a mine shaft, carrying out maintenance duties down a manhole or precise work on pylon cables, the need to remain in communication with your team is always critical. However, it is these extreme, remote or harsh environments that often prove to be the most difficult when it comes to upholding a communications network – most often due to poor signal. With this in mind, Simoco has developed the DMR Coverage Extender (DCE) to ensure organisations never find themselves disconnected.
Comms Connect is one of the key events for critical communications in the Australasia region. With a keen eye on trends, hot topics and the latest technology solutions in the critical communications sector, Comms Connect is the key source for vital information and networking opportunities. Leading professionals from all over Australia and the rest of the World will debate where the critical communications industry is heading, Simoco Wireless Solutions is proud to sponsor and exhibit at the yearly event.