Push-To-Talk (PTT) is no longer a technology-driven term, it is an enterprise-wide capability. It enables teams to communicate instantly, reliably and productively together to improve business and elevate service. Today, broadband networks and devices are so ubiquitous, that any worker can be connected to any device in their pocket or on their desk with real-time communications through PTT. With interoperable broadband PTT, everyone can become part of the conversation without concern about which device or network they use.
The revolution is being push-to-talked about. Today, virtually everyone can benefit from push-to-talk (PTT) across their organization. PTT brings the immediacy and spontaneity to connect different personnel together seamlessly. Regardless of their location, the network they’re on and the device they use, PTT makes everyone part of the conversation for truly enterprise-wide communications.
PTT affords unlimited opportunities for organizations of every size – from the small police department in a rural community to the large, distributed multinational enterprise that needs supply chain efficiencies across the board. PTT is the pathway that unifies communications and facilitates collaboration for greater operational efficiency. Just as texting and tweets are the conduit for much of social media, PTT is transforming the way enterprises use voice.
Video demonstrating the benefits of using WAVE Work Group Communications from Motorola Solutions to connect people across multiple enterprise communications systems for increased collaboration and productivity.
Video demonstrating the benefits of using WAVE Work Group Communications from Motorola Solutions to connect people across multiple government and public safety communications systems for increased collaboration and productivity.
A secure broadband PTT application like WAVE™ Work Group Communications enables instant, real-time communication and everywhere connectivity. It streamlines collaboration with Land Mobile Radio (LMR) systems and new technologies, such as 4G LTE broadband, plus a complete array of disparate devices – including two-way radios, smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers and landline phones. WAVE delivers communication capabilities for agencies, organizations and enterprises like never before. This intuitive suite of software applications helps them create and manage a seamlessly-connected environment by utilizing the technology investments they already have.
Communication among people is a critical component of the daily operations of any organization. For many, it can be the difference between success and failure; in dangerous jobs and hazardous environments, between life and death. Yet often those who need to be connected can’t because they are on different systems, devices and networks. WAVE lifts the barriers of communication incompatibility by assuring large-scale interoperability. Adjacent agencies, responders and teams that bring their own LMR systems to an incident can converse easily and seamlessly using WAVE. By leveraging the technologies already in place, WAVE makes incumbent equipment work harder and smarter.
Broadband-only PTT is perfect for organizations that value the immediacy and spontaneity of group communications but do not need the performance, capacity and reliability of a private LMR network. Because broadband networks are so ubiquitous and so many workers bring their own mobile devices to work, they can benefit from real-time communications through broadband PTT. WAVE facilitates this because it works over any data network, freeing workers to use their own network devices. Plus WAVE enables richer data capabilities such as presence and mapping.
For those who can’t or don’t carry a two-way radio but want to connect to them, WAVE extends the all-important capabilities of LMR networks to mobile devices. So when a city official needs to be updated on an incident, he can use his smartphone to connect to police in the precinct. Or if a utility director must handle an outage on the road, he can use his tablet to be updated by personnel at the power plant. WAVE makes extensibility from two-way radios to other devices seamless.
WAVE OnCloud is a subscription-based, push-to-talk application that enables your team to talk between smartphones, computers and MOTOTRBO radios without the traditional on-premise equipment. Connect instantly, affordably with WAVE OnCloud.
Optimized for Capacity Plus, Linked Capacity Plus and Connect Plus MOTOTRBO™ systems with a wireline interface, WAVE 3000 offers radio extension to smartphones and tablets using a simple appliance server for ease of deployment, management and support. WAVE 3000 can support up to 500 users.
Developed as a highly scalable, feature rich, enterprise grade PTT solution, WAVE 5000 can supports up to 3,000 users and enables full interoperability between disparate radio systems and telephony, and extends the reach of these systems using any combination of broadband networks and devices with a suite of PTT applications.
Transform any smartphone into a secure, multi-channel push-to-talk device with the WAVE Mobile Communicator to extend your communications and enable better collaboration among teams.
Learn how to enhance communications with WAVE Desktop Communicator, a feature-rich software application that allows office-based or mobile workers to use desktop or laptop PCs to monitor, transmit and receive audio from multiple communication systems.
See how you can transform your dispatch operations with WAVE Advanced Desktop Communicator, a powerful software application designed to provide many of the capabilities needed by public safety, military and critical infrastructure organizations.
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PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCY
Connects those in the precinct on desktop computers to officers in the field on their portable radios.
Away on business, he uses his smartphone to talk with radio users back at the station.
Expecting hundreds of guests at the convention center, he uses his smartphone to talk with shuttle drivers on their mobile radios.
Traveling on business overseas, the plant supervisor locates him on his smartphone and calls to discuss a customer order using his radio.
The support crew for a major entertainer use their tablets to access radio communications during her performance at an outdoor stadium.
OIL & GAS SAFETY EXPERT
Asked to support offshore operations from a remote location on short notice, he uses his laptop to converse with radio users on a rig.