TetraNode Dispatch solutions
Meet our family of clever, extremely adaptive and easy to handle ‘lizards’.
A credit to its name
Due to the use of skin technology, our dispatch stations can take on the look and feel of existing and thus familiar dispatch solutions. This is why the first product in our range of dispatch stations is referred to as the Chameleon. Instead of simulating existing solutions, it is just as easy to create a refreshing new look and feel with nice-looking graphics. The user interface offers intuitive touch-screen operation with Windows compatible dialogue panes and toolbars. This makes operation of our dispatch stations obvious to everyone and as simple as ABC.
Speaking of the chameleon’s adaptive power, centralized configuration management allows the screen layout and user authorizations to be personalized dynamically for each user. This also enables customized configurations, for instance, for different work shifts. Custom sound files and graphics can be used, as can any Windows-supported font.
Group-oriented communication is the key capability of our dispatch stations. Depending on the type of station, up to sixteen talk-groups may be selected for simultaneous monitoring. In case of customized solutions, the number of groups may even run into the hundreds. Apart from live monitoring, the dispatcher can listen to recorded messages using a call player. Status and text messaging are among the default call options of our dispatch stations.
The largest of the two lizards is the LDS Chameleon, supporting up to sixteen groups. It is also the most powerful one. Take, for instance, the group patching feature which combines multiple groups and behaves like one large group. This is useful in emergency situations where groups like the police and the fire brigade need to be able to communicate with each other.
Feature-packed yet easy to use
A number of other advanced features sets the LDS Chameleon apart from the LDS Gecko. Ambience Listening and Discreet Listening options allow the dispatcher to covertly monitor ambient audio or calls in progress, for instance in situations where the radio user’s health and safety are at risk.
But that’s not all. The dispatcher of the LDS Chameleon can remotely de-activate a TETRA terminal in case it is lost or stolen. In this way, unauthorized use can be prevented. The call authorization request feature allows the dispatcher to accept or reject calls to a specific number before they are made. Optionally, the LDS Chameleon supports end-to-end encryption (E2EE) based on the open TETRA MoU SFPG recommendations. E2EE operation is fully transparent; only a display indication shows that the call is end-to-end encrypted.
With a capacity of up to four groups and slightly less functionality, the LDS Gecko is a slim-down version of the LDS Chameleon. Still, configuration possibilities are endless. Just like in nature, Geckos come in many different species.
Customized dispatch solutions
Dispatch solutions must often be customized to meet specific user requirements.
Rohill has a track record in providing customized dispatch solutions for the mission-critical market. Customers in public transport, oil & gas and the industry fully endorse that the sky is the limit in terms of groups and functionality. But also in terms of tailoring our dispatch solutions to their specific working procedures.
You name it, we create it.