Shenzhen, China - Hytera Communications (SZSE: 002583), a leading global provider of professional communications technologies and solutions, supported Shenzhen International Marathon with advanced push-to-talk communications solutions, which empowered the local police authority and event organizer with instant group communications to collaborate efficiently for a safe and smooth event. Over 20,000 runners hit the road on February 19th, 2023.
Shenzhen police rely on a city-wide digital two-way radio system, designed and delivered by Hytera, for their daily routine work and key events such as the Shenzhen Marathon which started in Futian District and passed through Nanshan and Bao’an Districts. Police forces from different districts and departments oversaw the traffic and the order and safety of the event. Hytera’s private system offered seamless communications for them.
The first-aid personnel and volunteers, equipped with Hytera’s Push-to-talk over Cellular (PoC) devices, offered services to runners along the route over 40 kilometers. Leveraging the cellular carriers’ 4G/5G LTE network, the PoC devices enabled push-to-talk over a wide area with no dedicated infrastructures. Meanwhile, it required minimum training for users to get familiar with the PoC devices.
“As a leading provider of professional communications devices and infrastructure, Hytera has been actively involved in many world-class events. We are proud that we can offer different communications technologies to different teams involved in the Shenzhen International Marathon for the shared objective of ensuring a safe and successful event,” said Gerald Zhang, Director of Global Marketing and Solutions at Hytera.
Hytera Communications Corporation Limited (SZSE: 002583) is a leading global provider of professional communications technologies and solutions. With voice, video and data capabilities, we provide faster, safer, and more versatile connectivity for business and mission critical users. We make the world more efficient and safer by enabling our customers to achieve more in both daily operations and emergency response.