Stor interesse for Hytera DMR radio med RFID sensor

27.05.2017
av Martin Haldorsen
Hytera lanserer Guard Tour RFID løsning
Hytera Europa kan knapt minnes en produktlansering de siste årene som har skapt like mye blest og begeistring som da Hytera PD415 ble sluppet. Radioen slår minst 2 fluer i en smekk. Den dekker behovet for et godt og pålitelig samband. I tillegg kan den dekke behovet for sikkerhet og kontroll på utførelse gjennom automatisert personaltracking eller automatisert meldingskvittering fra predefinerte lokasjoner. Tilsvarende tracking-funksjonalitet krever ellers egne systemer og medfører ofte betydelige tilleggsinvesteringer. På toppen kommer vedlikeholdskostnader fordi systemene må løpende oppdateres med overhengende fare for at de ikke er 100% til å stole på til enhver tid. Les denne artikkelen for å lære om hvorfor en tilsynelatende enkel DMR radio - Hytera PD415 - har fått så stor oppmerksomhet!

 

Hytera håndholdt DMR radio PD415 skiller seg fra andre digitale DMR portable radioterminaler ved at den har en integrert RFID brikke/sensor. Når denne funksjonen er aktivert, vil sensoren i radioen automatisk detekte og lese informasjon fra strategisk utplasserte RFID brikker. Straks slik informasjon er lest, vil radioen så automatisk sende datapakken med informasjonen over radiosambandet til predefinert mottak.

 

RFID funksjonen støttes for eksempel for bruk mot det populære Hytera Patrol System. Hytera tilbyr også åpent API grensesnitt for Hyta PD41X radioer som åpner for at tredjeparts levernadører kan utvikle og tilpasse radioen for bruk mot andre applikasjoner.

Some of your patrol areas outside of radio coverage?  No problem!  The PD415 will save the contacts it makes when out of signal (up to 250) and send them back to the control centre at the touch of a button when back in coverage.  This is a great feature, and a fine example of the thought that has gone into the design of the radio and software.  

The radio comes in at an extremely competitive £228.00 at RRP, and with each RFID tag costing a mere £4.00 at RRP, this will provide an extremely cost effective and useful tool for an end user who needs a tracking and reporting solution for their personnel.  

Any security company with a desire to provide evidence that their patrols have been completed would surely welcome this solution with open arms - all the benefits of Hytera digital radio, with the added feature set that the RFID capability and accompanying hardware and reporting solutions is very tempting. With so many other potential applications for the product set, Syndico is planning on keeping a serious stock holding of the PD4x product.  

We are expecting stock in the warehouse in early July, so don't hesitate to contact us and get your pre-orders in to avoid disappointment - the queue is already growing!

 

Hytera PD415 and RFID Guardsman Software.

Hytera recently launched the PD415, what makes this different and unique is the embedded RFID sensor, built into the radio, with no additional option board needed.

Hytera have developed the Hytera Patrol System, which is a guard tour solution to provide real-time tracking and management. This system allows an operator to monitor, track and record the guard tour in real-time. The patrol data is sent to the receiving station connected to a PC installed with Hytera Patrol Software. The receiving station would typically be a Hytera RD985 or MD7 series mobile.

There are two types or RFID tag; guardsman and checkpoint tags.

Upon starting their shift the user, with their own guardsman RFID tag, would touch the RFID tag to the front of the radio. The radio reads the information on the RFID tag and automatically send that information over the air. This logs the user in for their shift and lets the software know which user is using that radio. When the user finishes their shift, once placed in the charger the radio allocation resets. 

The checkpoint tags would be located around the site or building. On the guard tour the user would touch their radio to the checkpoint tag, this would time stamp their location and send the information over the air to the system. If the user goes out of range of the base station, the radio would store the checkpoint information and then transmit this when back in range.

Not only does this system increase security and safety for the user it also offers an increased level of service to any business.

This is a brief insight into the new Hytera PD415 and the Guardsman Patrol System. For more information or if you are interested in reselling this and any other Hytera equipment, please get in touch.

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