2022-07-27

APCO 2022 | Avari Wireless to Showcase Public Safety DAS Communications Vitallink Series

Source: Avari Wireless

Avari Wireless, a state-of-the-art designer and manufacturer of public safety digital Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) has today announced that they will be showcasing the Avari® VitalLink™ Series at the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center from August 7-10, 2022.

Public safety personnel and first responders must have reliable emergency responder radio coverage no matter the environment. Being able to communicate with their public safety two-way radio systems in buildings is crucial for the first responders to execute time-sensitive and mission-critical tasks to protect the public. Emergency Responder Communications Enhancement Systems (ERCES) are often installed to provide these necessary means of communication.

Avari Wireless’ digital ERCES DAS is perfectly suited for complex mission-critical communication deployments. Leveraging the latest digital hardware technology and intelligent software, Avari offers the industry's most advanced and resilient DAS architecture with self-healing capability for the world’s most critical public safety communication infrastructure.

Avari Wireless’ Senior Sales Director, Tom Cooper will be presenting in the Radio and Wireless communications technology track taking place on Monday, August 8th from 2:00-3:00 pm PDT in room 208 of the Anaheim Convention Center. Tom Cooper’s presentation is titled;

“Advanced Digital DAS Solutions for Complex Mission-Critical Deployments”.

This session will explore the benefits that digital DAS solutions can provide to overcome complex deployment challenges while providing superior technical performance with less impact on Public Safety Radio System Donor Sites. The session will help you understand the unique challenges associated with large and complex deployments, how to deal with size, distance, and complexity in multiple building environments, and how to combine multiple public safety radio services and bands in one efficient scalable system.