Hytera, a leading global provider of professional and private network, was invited to attend the Telecom Polygon Forum in Russia, which is the practical conference of Gazprom held from 17-18 October, and also showcased its up-to-date products and solutions together with the local partner Bermos. The Telecom Polygon is a conference of a practical orientation with an exhibition part, a business program, round tables, sporting events and training.
Gazprom is a global energy company focused on geological exploration, production, transportation, storage, processing and sales of gas, gas condensate and oil, sales of gas as a vehicle fuel, as well as generation and marketing of heat and electric power. Hytera and Gazprom are partners for securing Moscow Oil Refinery and Gazprom Transgaz Yugorsk OOO with DMR Solution, enabling a better communication for customers in the energy sector.
During the event, Hytera exhibited its Intelligent Convergent Solution tailored for energy customers, which included Hytera full multi-mode advanced radio series, Hytera PoC radios, Hytera body worn cameras, etc. Hytera’s professional communications solutions have progressed from basic audio systems into an era of integrated intelligent broadband-narrowband networks, combining the existing narrowband trunking communication systems with broadband systems, forming an integrated multimedia trunking network covering audio, data, image and video, better fulfilling the requirement of customers. Hytera multi-mode advanced radios aims at more stringent environment for critical tasks, with the primary goal of guaranteeing users' mission critical voice, while retaining the operation habits of traditional private network users and supporting the smart operation system and applications, ensuring the response speed and processing capacity to critical tasks. Hytera PoC radios PNC370 and PNC550 work under 2G/3G/4G/Wifi, enable interoperability beyond the DMR network. The body worn cameras, VM550 and VM780 can integrate the body camera with the remote speaker microphone, dramatically improving situational awareness, information gathering and evidence collection in the field.
Hytera also presented the Intrinsically Safe Digital Portable Radios which caught the eyes of attendees. For those who work in environments with explosive gas and combustible dusts, safety is on top of everything. Hytera deeply understands the challenges in hazardous environments. Offering safe, reliable communications, the Hytera PD71X Ex and PD79XEx handheld digital radios have been designed to meet the European Atex directives, FM standards and IEC standards, perfect for tough environments that require advanced, intrinsically-safe devices. The PT790 Ex is the world's first TETRA handheld radio with the highest intrinsic safety level "ia". The robust construction and in-built safety features improve the security of Atex users from industries such as, oil and gas, mining and fire rescue.