Proactive Communications' EoIP-RB solution leverages the power of converged communications to build reliable connections and interoperability while overcoming the widest possible range of challenges. Using Internet Protocol (IP) as the common data carrier, various networks can be integrated to bring interoperability from fragmented and dissimilar communications as needed. PCI's VOIP ready satellite network can provide last mile coverage to frontline workers regardless of their geographic location. Proactive can support video, voice, diverse radio network, and data communications-on-the-move (COTM).
Whether leading a group of fire and rescue workers, environmental survey teams, on/offshore energy workers, or troops abroad, interoperability proves to be a challenge where there are disparate or no standards. While each agency may have communications interoperability standards, they still face challenges when operating in an interagency, nongovernmental, and commercial task force environment.
Further, executive leadership must have the ability to efficiently pass information to and from their personnel on the ground. First Responders often communicate on handheld radio systems, land mobile radios (LMR), commercial cellular, Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP), and the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). PCI has the ability to bring true interoperability to the men and women in the field while extending those communications globally to the headquarters and executive office space.
The Everything over IP - Radio Bridge provides seamless voice bridging between radio, Voice over IP (VoIP), both GSM and CDMA cellular, and Land-Mobile Radio (LMR) networks (UHF, VHF, and 700/800Mhz).
Typical deployment time for training a three man team is less than 30 minutes to have all systems established with offsite communications when using Proactive Communications EoIP-RB and Auto-deploy Satellite Systems.