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Transportation / Logistics

Transportation and Logistics

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Transport and logistic systems, where there is a fast-paced and complex movement of people and goods, two-way radios provide an invaluable asset.  They enhance communication so it is instant, provide tracking and security updates.  Overall where staff are all over the place, it ensures that tight control is maintained.

Examples of people that this applies to:

  • Bus drivers
  • Taxi Drivers
  • Delivery transportation
  • Airports and ports

Why would businesses in transportation / logistics require two-way radios (walkie talkies)?

Two-way messaging between the controller and the vehicle enabling:

  • Job details, directions etc, to be sent directly to the vehicle
  • Automatic message receipt confirmation
  • Individual call, group call and all call messaging to vehicles
  • Predefined text sending, e.g. job completed

Real-time vehicle location tracking, enabling:

  • Planned route adherence, highlighting detours and delay prediction
  • Vehicle speed reporting, e.g. enabling delays to be predicted 
  • Site visit confirmation

Geo-Fencing

Identification of vehicles leaving a working area

Monitoring of cab and trailer systems:

  • Cab alarm activation
  • Mileage monitoring, e.g. fuel usage calculation, and vehicle servicing management
  • Temperature alerting for refrigerated trailers

Automatic and driver-activated alarms and alerts sent to mobile phones or e-mail addresses, enabling:

  • Improved security and protection for drivers and vehicles
  • Drivers to be notified of problems immediately, e.g. cab alarm activation
  • Managers to be notified of problems when out of the office

Fleet utilisation and job despatching

Drivers to visit sites near to their vehicle’s location or en route to a site.

Historical data collation

Typical Transportation/ Logistics Requirements with Two-Way Radios

Typical two-way radios that we recommend for transportation/ logistics

                 Motorola DP4000      Motorola DP4800                 Hytera PD705        Hytera PD785

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