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Connect Plus multi-site digital trunking is a two-way radio system that enables you to accommodate the high volume, wide area communication your business requires. Whether you need coverage at a single site or across multiple sites, it can be scaled to meet your communication needs.
Your work teams can not only talk to one another or the main facility, they can also use data applications to make their jobs more efficient and safe, including text messaging, location tracking and dispatch capability. All the while, you gain the added benefits of TDMA digital technology like increased capacity and clear audio. With enhanced communication between employees, you'll see increased productivity and efficiency across your enterprise organization.
Keeping operations running smoothly while upgrading your communication systems is vital to business; that is why MOTOTRBO radios are flexible. They can be configured to operate in analog mode on your existing analog trunking system or in digital mode on your new MOTOTRBO system.
Then, as you are ready, radios can be upgraded and you can begin migrating one talk group or one department at a time over to MOTOTRBO Connect Plus. By migrating at your own pace, the risk of a hard cutover is eliminated, significantly reducing the impact to your business. At the same time, you are able to spread the cost of new equipment as your budget allows.
When your fleet hits the road in the morning, centralized dispatch keeps them within reach no matter where they go. When you need multiple drivers to pick up unscheduled loads all at the same time, one dispatcher can coordinate their routes and schedules to keep the freight flowing. Dynamic roaming automatically switches to the strongest available signal as work crews travel from zone to zone, and the transfer is seamless with no interruptions. In urgent situations, workers can send emergency notification to dispatch or with the man-down application, the tilt, motion or lack of activity on a radio can be detected to automatically send emergency notification to dispatch. And for routine or low priority messaging, you can text so drivers can read messages at their convenience without distracting them while in traffic.