Lte | 2022-01-06

Siyata Mobile Receives Initial Orders for SD7 Ruggedized Device

Source: Siyata Mobile

Siyata Mobile Inc. announced it has received initial orders from customers in the U.S. and in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) with a total value of $550,000.

The extensive functionality and relatively low cost of the SD7 device allows it to be an appropriate and affordable option for both enterprise customers and primary first responders, which number two million in the U.S. alone, secondary support personnel, and those in other markets with mission critical needs.

“First responder and mission critical needs are quite ubiquitous, and the unique functionality of the SD7 is a great solution at an attractive price. We expect to see widespread adoption in the coming quarters and years of this unique product as customers recognize its value-proposition,” commented Siyata CEO, Marc Seelenfreund. “These initial SD7 orders received from customers on two continents are indicative of our team’s innovative approach and ability to address technology needs facing customers across the world.”

The SD7 is an easy-to-use, PTT (Push-To-Talk)-only, ruggedized device with limited interface (i.e. small 2-line monochrome screen, PTT key, SOS key, volume rockers) that is LTE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth-enabled and uses the Android operating system. Its IP68 rating, resistance to water and dust, drop protection, and robust battery makes it well suited for use in harsh environments.

Users of the SD7 can quickly connect and coordinate on unified public cellular networks in North America and other international markets without any of the difficulties managing the current generation of rugged smart/feature phones. Simply stated, the SD7 is ideally suited as a perfect upgrade from Land Mobile Radios (LMR) and its limitations that include network incompatibility, limited coverage areas, and restricted functionality that leave a huge need for a unified network and platform.