Hytera Showcases Oil & Gas Solution at GRPC 2019 in India
Hytera, showcased its latest communications portfolio for the Oil & Gas industry at the Global Refining & Petrochemicals Congress (GRPC)
The Global Refining & Petrochemicals Congress is a leading international forum which explores next generation downstream opportunities whilst collaborating on emerging & future risks across industry markets. The event was held in Delhi, India on July 17-18.
Hytera presented a complete introduction of its Oil & Gas solution to deepen attendees' knowledge and understanding of Hytera's technology and development in the field of explosion-proof communications. During the exhibition, Hytera demonstrated its intrinsically-safe devices, such as PD798 Ex, PD988 UL913, world's first TETRA handheld two-way radio with the highest intrinsic safety level "ia"-PT790 Ex, and other digital two-way radios with ATEX/IECEX/FM/UL913/CSA standards.
The exhibition also gave visitors the first glimpse of a series of new products including PTC680, the new generation of Hytera multi-mode advanced radio; PNC550, a smart PoC terminal integrated smart phone and professional Push-to-talk over cellular functionality with 5-inch HD screen; Epack-100, Hytera's digital wireless repeater for flexible communication that can be deployed efficiently and effectively.
"As world's third largest oil consumer, the oil demand is unceasingly increasing with Indian economic development. As the industry develops, their adoption of digital communications solutions are also moving forward with pace. To cope with the local market demands, Hytera provides advanced voice and data service for exploration, production, pipeline, refinery and other related fields to keep front line and control center stay connected," said Vivek Shukla, Sales GM of Hytera India.
With its technology leadership and a global team of professionals, Hytera has provided its innovative convergence communication solutions to many advanced energy companies and organizations in over 80 countries and regions, such as Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Sasol of South Africa, Transneft in Russia, Powerco in New Zealand, enabling the customers to improve connectivity and data analytics in the complex environments they work in, from daily command and control to emergency response.