The increasing frequency of natural disasters and public emergencies poses a great challenge to government organizations like police, law-enforcement and firefighting. To better respond when emergency strikes, a secure, reliable and efficient dispatching system is in urgent demand.
In an ever-changing world and ever-evolving working environment, highly-efficient resource deployment and quick response to customers is a must for every business group to strive for survive and growth.
As a leading supplier of professional wireless communications equipment and solutions, Hytera is ready to help you conquer these challenges with Hytera dispatch system digital dispatching solution.
Hytera dispatch system, a dispatching system developed on Hytera digital platform in compliance with ETSI DMR open standard, is designed for efficient communication, management and dispatching of professional users. Characterized by C/S structure and modularized design and supporting VoIP, Hytera dispatch system delivers you an enhanced dispatching and deployment platform with tailored communications network and control center.
-Online / offline status reporting
The radio can be configured so that it will send its online/offline status to control station while the radio is powered on / off. This will allow application to monitor the status of all the radios in the system. The control station is also able to check the status of any radio with status query command.
Through unmuting the mic of a remote subscriber radio, Hytera dispatch system can monitor the voice activities remotely without necessity to push the PTT button. This is useful when the control center wants to listen to remote voice activities without pressing PTT, such as emergency handling.
-All types of voice call
Hytera dispatch system supports all types of calls that meet your various dispatching operation needs, including private call, group call and all call. Every Hytera dispatch system dispatcher client console is able to dispatch up to 32 voice dispatching channels. Through these dispatching channels, Hytera dispatch system can receive all types of calls as well as trigger any type of call through user-friendly and easy-to-operate user interface.
-Radio kill & radio activation
Hytera dispatch system is able to kill a radio unit remotely when the radio unit is under illegal usage or being stolen. The killed radio is able to power on but not able to perform transmitting or receiving. Hytera dispatch system is also able to activate a killed radio when necessary.
-Multiple mappings support
Hytera dispatch system supports multiple mapping engines, providing multiple options for user to select based on their own usage requirement. These mapping engines support both online mapping, such as Google Maps, Google Earth, OpenStreetMap* and offline mapping, such as MapInfo.
This feature is only available for subscriber radios which are fitted with GPS module. Each subscriber radio is able to obtain its location coordinate information via this built-in GPS module. Hytera dispatch system can retrieve location information of any radio either by requesting the current position of the radio on demand or by sending the Start Tracking Command setting up a radio to update the location information from the radio to Hytera dispatch system periodically with the configurable time interval.
This feature allows Hytera dispatch system to track the location of any radio units in real-time. Users have an option to display the location route on the mapping. The tracking interval depends on the location update interval configured in each radio and the channel loading of DMR system. The total number of location tracking activities can be activated at a time depends on the mapping system and limitation of system resources.
-Location history and route playback
All location information of radios will be kept in Hytera dispatch system database for later retrieval and history location checking. Users are allowed to query history location information of a radio as well as playing back the location route of a radio within a specified time interval.
-Regions and geofencing
Users could define regions on the map as working region or restricted region for a predefined set of subscriber radios. Geofencing feature can also be enabled on each region. Once the geofencing rule is infringed (based on whether the region is a working region or restricted region) by any of the predefined set of subscriber radios, a geofencing alarm will be activated in control center and optionally a message will be prompted on subscriber unit.
Hytera dispatch system is able to send/receive DMR standard text messages. A text message can be sent to a radio unit or a group message can be sent to a group of radios identified by group ID. Hytera dispatch system provides a user-friendly chat-based GUI for sending and receiving text messages. All incoming and outgoing text messages are stored in the database for later retrieval
When an emergency is activated by any subscriber radio, the Hytera dispatch system will trigger an alarm. Optionally, the location information of the radio unit that triggers the emergency will be shown on the map depending on the validity of the location information of the radio by the time the emergency is triggered.
-Voice recording & playback
All incoming calls and outgoing calls will be recorded in Hytera dispatch system server. This includes all types of DMR voice calls and PSTN interconnected voice calls. Users can retrieve recorded voice and play back at any time so that important conversation is not missed. All recorded voices can be easily searched by time, caller ID or callee ID.
-Reporting and statistic
Hytera dispatch system supports generation of various types of reports that meet the common needs. Such as calling report, radio status report, location tracking report, etc.
Hytera dispatch system supports SIP standard protocol to integrate with standard IP-PBX to achieve voice interconnection between radios and PSTN public phone network. This feature allows radios to make call to telephones and vice versa, and also allows a dispatcher make/receive calls through Hytera dispatch system dispatcher client console.
Support direct communication between dispatcher consoles through Hytera dispatch system. Users could choose either one to one intercom or broadcasting intercom easily from Hytera dispatch system client interface.
Hytera dispatch system server integrates with SMTP and POP3 server. This allows users to send email from any email client to subscriber radios. Subscriber radios are also allowed to send text messages to any email address.
When the terminal channel is busy and the dispatcher cannot make through, a call reminder will be sent to the terminal to remind the dispatcher to call back.
The dispatcher call terminals displayed on the map, measuring the distance and space and also saving the vision with the map. The saved vision refers to the current saved map interface; when you log in to the system, the dispatcher can automatically open the previously saved map view.
The server, gateway and terminal can all be deployed through the wide area network.
The utilization of repeater can reduce the gateway number, lower the operation cost and expand the communication range. Hytera dispatch system can support single station mode and IP interconnection mode of the repeater.
-Import and export in batches
When a mass of mobile terminals or work groups need to be add in batches, you can use the template (Excel format) by inputting all information about the mobile terminals or work groups, and then import the Excel file into the system to improve efficiency. You can also export the information about the existing mobile terminals or work groups as Excel files from the system.
The database and recorded files are the core of the system; so the backup strategy should be formulated and the backup should be timely prepared in order to reduce risk and recover data when necessary.
There are two ways to back up the database:
Manually set up the backup parameters and then execute the backup. The backup can be generated as a compressed file in the designated backup directory and the file will be named as Hytera_RDS_BAKyyymmdd_X.zip, such as Hytera_RDS_BAK20121224_0.zip.
Automatically make the backup monthly or weekly. The system can automatically carry out the backup according to the backup launch time. The finished backup can be generated as a compressed file in the designated backup directory and the file will be name as Hytera_RDS_BAKyyymmdd_X.zip, such as Hytera_RDS_BAK20121224_0.zip.
-Modularity and flexibility for system deployment
Hytera dispatch system is not a single module, but a group of components that are able to build up a system with different sizes and topologies based on customer system requirements and coverage requirements. It can be configured as a smallest single site system to a large multi-site, cross country network system. All these configurations can easily be done through remote configuration tool, one of the Hytera dispatch system components.
-Multiple mapping engines support
Users have options to choose their own preferable mapping engines based on their specific usage requirements. These mapping engines are, not limited to, Google Maps, MapInfo, OpenStreetMap* etc. We help customers to provide the mapping solution that best fit their needs.
-Various access privileges
Multiple levels of access privileges can be defined by users for access control. Based on each customer needs, each access level can be assigned only to selected radio units or entire fleet, or can be assigned to select sides or any side in the system.
-Multiple and separate screen support
Hytera dispatch system dispatcher console supports multiple views and splitting to multiple displays so that all information can be captured at a glance. This feature helps dispatcher users to avoid switching between different views all the time during their operations.
-Multiple languages support
Hytera dispatch system benefits worldwide customer by providing multiple languages support. The display language can be switched easily on the fly from the dispatcher console interface without necessity to reboot the application.
-No recurring monthly investment
With compare to most of the GPRS-based solutions for GPS position application, Hytera dispatch system relies on DMR communication network for GPS location transportation instead of GPRS protocol, and thus no recurring monthly investment.
Hytera dispatch system: Professional version with client-server architecture supports multiple sides dispatching solution based on IP network.
Target markets: Professional version with client-server architecture supports multiple sides dispatching solution based on IP network.