With tens of thousands of people attending individual stadium events for sport and entertainment reducing the risks of petty crime, anti-social behaviour, public disorder and even terrorism while managing the efficient flow of spectators, participants, VIPs, vehicles, goods and services at multiple entry and exit points, especially in the event of a major incident, is a major logistical feat.
One of the most powerful tools in implementing safety and security strategies during events is the ability for all the cross functional teams to communicate with each other and with their counterparts anywhere on site. Continue reading →
The requirement to provide a safe and secure environment for both staff and visitors, free from the threat of anti-social behavior, petty crime, personal assault and risk of injury is of course paramount.
Core to the management of risk, containment of situations, implementation of emergency plans and providing excellent customer service lays in the ability to report threats, incidents and status quickly and efficiently, on a daily operational basis, but most especially in the event of a natural or man-made catastrophe. Continue reading →
With the ever present threats from civil unrest, active protest, terrorism and natural and man-made disasters, public safety agencies around the world are stretched to their limits in resourcing to manage situations in ways that will protect the public from injury or harm.
When a disaster strikes, police, fire, ambulance, medical, and other services need to be able to work together in harness and communicate with each other to coordinate efforts.
Kenwood’s NEXEDGE® solutions are designed to provide fail-safe radio communications systems in public safety applications. Infinitely scalable, multi-channel trunked networks using wireless microwave or IP connectivity ensure reliable service even when wired communications lines are rendered inoperable. Continue reading →
As a key component in the manufacturing and supply chain, warehouse operations, whether in-house or outsourced, have become increasingly critical in business performance not only as a cost centre but also as a means to delivering improved levels of customer satisfaction.
As a global manufacturer of electronics products, we are more than aware of the impact warehouse operations has on the productivity of our manufacturing facilities and distribution centres. We have designed our NEXEDGE® digital two-way radio systems to operate efficiently in the difficult environment of a modern warehouse where extensive use of concrete, steel racking, a proliferation of electronics, mechanical handling equipment and great distances make communications a real challenge. Continue reading →
Gas, electricity and water are all utilities we take for granted every day. But the process of making, storing, refining, delivering and maintaining the service takes the efforts of tens of thousands of people and huge capital investment.
These industries have for many years depended on the reliability of two-way radio technology whether as a means to deliver vital data from remote unmanned sites or as a primary voice and data communications tool between operational teams on site and in the field.
Balancing the requirements of productivity and efficiency without compromising on safety and security is the key consideration and with the new generation of Kenwood NEXEDGE® digital two-way radios and walkie talkies, users in the utilities industry can benefit from increased range, greater clarity, improved security against eavesdropping and the more flexible management of user groups. Continue reading →
The largest shopping centres can cover vast areas and several storeys, with tens of thousands of customers visiting the shops, cinemas and restaurants, all expecting a safe and vibrant environment free from the threat of crime and anti-social behaviour. These demands bring new challenges to a retailer and shopping centre management, not least the co-ordination of health, safety and security.
Kenwood NEXEDGE® digital two-way radio in a stand-alone or trunked systems meet these new challenges. Continue reading →