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TRBOnet software for MOTOTRBO Professional Digital Two-Way Radio System
TRBOnet is a PC based client-server dispatcher software application for MOTOTRBO. TRBOnet was built from the ground up specifically for the MOTOTRBO radio system, TRBOnet offers Features no one else does and is leading the edge of MOTOTRBO based applications.
This powerful solution provides VoIP software-base control centre for MOTOTRBO radio stations and is built in the layer between transport and network level protocols (UPD and TCP/IP). TRBOnet supports all features of MOTOTRBO radio stations (Capacity Plus, GPS Positioning, Text Messaging, ARS, and Telemetry) and offers you a number of specific options such as Voice Recording, Geo-Fencing, Lone Worker operation, Intercom, Scheduler for Text Messages, Unit Activity Monitor, Email Gateway, etc.
Where to use
TRBOnet is a professional grade application especially developed for Dispatch centres that monitor large amounts of traffic. It supports digital as well as analogue channels that could be helpful for clients during there migration period. TRBOnet also makes response during emergency situations quick and effective, and can be used to link multiple agencies or departments at the touch of a button by the dispatcher.
What will TRBOnet do for you
TRBOnet will enable you to monitor audio, data, and the locations of your assets, provide record management and ability to review events that have taken place.
How to use
The simplest dispatch system supported by TRBOnet consists of one RadioServer which operates as a gate between radio stations, the IP network, and an unlimited number of dispatcher consoles. All Dispatchers are provided with a simple and easy-to-use interface which allows them to control dozens of radio stations and radio groups.
To connect to radio networks, TRBOnet uses one or more MOTOTRBO radio stations. Dispatchers connect to the RadioServer via local wire or wireless networks or via Internet using IP protocol. TRBOnet supports distributed dispatch systems where Dispatchers from around the globe can connect to a central RadioServer. For instance, Dispatchers from Miami and Tokyo can connect to a RadioServer installed in London to check positions of mobile objects they are in charge of, call subscribers and report to fellow Dispatchers.
TRBOnet supports radio networks which operate both analogue (including MDC) and digital subscribers. Calling subscribers’ ID (callsing) are always visible to Dispatchers.
All radio traffic is registered within the dispatch system. Dispatchers can replay audio records and, if necessary, download separate audio files to their PC for reporting. More features are available to digital subscribers. The dispatch system supports subscriber status control and the subscriber’s status is reflected in dispatcher consoles. When subscribers come online, their Dispatchers receive notifications (a subscriber’s status is always displayed in his or her Dispatcher’s console). After that, the subscriber’s radio station regularly reports its GPS coordinates to the RadioServer. Appropriate Dispatchers can review station movements on various electronic maps and set a tracking mode.
The GeoFencing feature controls set regions. TRBOnet allows you to appoint regions to subscribers and control their activity within or on leaving the borders, which can be useful for operation in classified units or restricted areas. Both the subscriber and Dispatcher receive notifications when the subscriber violates their appointed region, and the breach is registered within the dispatch system.
Dispatchers receive all incoming text messages from subscribers and can send text messages to a specific subscriber or group of subscribers. The dispatch system can re-transmit the received messages to specified email addresses.
The access control for Dispatchers is fully supported. You can set different access permissions for each Dispatcher. For instance, you can designate a Dispatcher for several groups of subscribers, and then information on other radio stations for the subscriber will be unavailable. Permissions to add, modify, or remove subscribers from the dispatch system, as well as changes to RadioServer channel, can also be limited.
The Intercom feature provides Dispatchers with a communication option separate from radio network, which minimises radio load
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