The TMO-100 is the World First “speaking” TETRA Data Modem. Depending on events like digital or analog inputs as Alarms, Pressure, Voltage, Power Down, RSSI level the device can transmit pre stored spoken voice messages to single ISSI or to groups. Applications for the speaking modem are workers, officers and personal that is not able to read SDS or status messages because they are driving a car or bus or due to their duty not able to keep the TETRA handset in their hands. Additional to recordable speech messages the device can speak numbers, days of the week month’ and other important parameter allowing also dynamic values (level, pressure, voltages, current, flow, … ) to be spoken. Of course all SCADA and Telemetry features are also available on that multi featured device. It can be used for a wide range of SCADA and Automation applications in Water, Wastewater Utilities, Gas and Oil applications, Airports, Public Transportation and many more. Embedded serial protocols (Modbus RTU, DNP3, 60870-5-101, Siemens Sinaut, BSAP, ROC, …) and the embedded IP router with NAT and Port forwarding allowing the use of IP based protocols when using Packet data or Multi Slot Packet data.
London (May 15th, 2013)—The global market for licensed mobile radio (LMR) infrastructure equipment, installation and system integration services amounted to $2.6 billion, according to a first-of-its-kind study entitled “Licensed Mobile Radio Infrastructure and System Integration” from IMS Research, now part of IHS (NYSE: IHS). The worldwide LMR market is forecast to grow every year through at least 2017. “Although IHS has been tracking the market and publishing forecasts on several infrastructure components for a number of years, this is the first report to examine the LMR network market as a whole, from the unit shipments of infrastructure equipment to the system integration functions,” said Deryn Evans, senior mobile radio market analyst at IHS. “Our findings confirm and quantify what has long been believed: infrastructure accounts for a significant portion of the overall LMR market and represents a major opportunity.” Among the factors driving the growth of the LMR market are the migration to digital LMR solutions, advances in technology, and economic and social factors. “This is a fascinating time for the LMR infrastructure industry,” Evans noted. “With the migration to digital gathering pace, more users are demanding new LMR systems. At the same time, there is an increasing range of available digital solutions. With this expanding array comes increased competition among the different technologies, giving end users a wider choice and a variety of budget options.” IHS believes that no single technology will win in the LMR market. Instead, each will offer a unique solution to fit the diversity of professional users—from public safety to utilities. The recently published IHS report, “Licensed Mobile Radio Infrastructure and System Integration - World – 2013,” assesses the market for LMR infrastructure and associated services until 2017, providing detailed revenue and shipment analysis by country and region and by LMR technology, including in-depth commentary of the factors affecting the market in each country. The LMR technologies covered include analog, TETRA, TETRAPOL, P25, and DMR/dPMR/NXDN/PDT. Market revenue is split by equipment type, including base stations and network control; by services including staging and maintenance; and by system integration including design, planning and installation. Shipment data is provided for transceivers and base stations. IHS also will be exhibiting at the Critical Communications World event in Paris, to be held May 21 through 24.
DAMM announces the completion of the latest Interoperability (IOP) test between the latest DAMM TetraFlex infrastructure software and all major TETRA terminal providers. The Multi Test Interoperability sessions were performed in the period from 4’th of February to 19‘th of April under the supervision of ISCOM, the TCCA appointed independent certification authority. The by TCCA defined IOP certification testing process is carried out in a multi-vendor environment and tests the interaction between products from different manufacturers. The full IOP test consist of about 200 single tests on each radio equipment to ensure that all aspects of the software has been tested. With the completed Interoperability test endusers can rest assured that DAMM’s TetraFlex infrastructure system can operate perfectly, independently which terminals are preferred for the daily operation. The official certification documents will soon be available from the TCCA homepage http://www.tandcca.com/interop/page/12476 The TETRA Association developed the Interoperability Certification process in order to ensure users and equipment suppliers would benefit from a truly open multivendor market for TETRA systems and equipment. Users can be confident that products awarded an IOP certificate have been rigorously tested and the functions listed in the certificate fully meet the TETRA standard. This allows users who select equipment from a number of suppliers to reduce the amount of system integration and testing that they need to undertake.