APCO International 2015
16 – 19 August 2015
Washington DC, USA
Simoco meets the communications needs of organisations throughout the world. We work where communications are critical to operational success in sectors including public safety and security, utilities, natural resources, transport, and government and public infrastructure.
We are a full lifecycle systems integrator and combine innovation with expertise to exploit the capabilities of IP and cloud based technology to deliver scalable, flexible and efficient critical communication solutions across DMR, P25, and analogue.
Whether for day-to-day operations or for crisis situations which demand a rapid and accurate response, our solutions are built around how people work best.
16 – 19 August 2015
Washington DC, USA
5 - 7 October 2015
Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai
19 November 2015
Chateau Impney, Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire
Simoco hires Rich Lawrence in North America
Mobile radio specialist to push wide-area network expertise at APCO 2015
TKC expands Simoco’s reach in Thailand
Nationwide Australian Event & Emergency Health Service Selects Customised P25 Portable Radios
Simulcast system provides single wide-area communication channel for enhanced coverage
Simoco will demonstrate new portable radio and remote terminal units at utilities technology expo
27 August 2015
The end of the summer break brings a flurry of activity for the education sector as planned refurbishment nears completion and minor maintenance works abound. Yet the influx of students, teaching and support staff is just the beginning of the story.
22 July 2015
We are gearing up for next month’s APCO 2015 in Washington DC and, as with all of the events that we attend and exhibit at, it is a great opportunity to hear from those designing, building and using today’s radio systems.
8 July 2015
A team from Simoco had a successful day at the Big Bang East Midlands fair on the 1st July where we had the opportunity to talk to young people about career paths in engineering and deliver demonstrations on how radio waves work.
2 July 2015
Simoco continues to go from strength to strength, and there’s no doubt our recent successes in South Australia have contributed to the company’s international growth. To name a few, we have supplied a tailored DMR solution with on-site technical support to Adelaide Oval, deployed systems to Thomas Foods International and supported operations at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
Oil and gas environments present some of the most inaccessible and harsh operating conditions for workforce communications. Mark Yates, Simoco’s Regional Technical Director for SE Asia explores what you need to think about when installing and managing radio systems in this complex sector.
The benefits of reliable communications are well understood by operators of business and mission critical radio networks. But are radio users in public safety, utility, natural resources, government and transportation making the best use of today’s telecommunications technology?
The open standard nature of DMR Tier III trunking has driven its emergence, ongoing development and adoption across global markets. In this paper, Andy Grimmett Head of Product Strategy at Simoco Group examines some of the many different technologies within the PMR/LMR industry and explains why DMR Tier III is emerging as the dominant PMR/LMR standard.
Simoco considers radio’s place within the M2M market, in respect of wireless communications as a data bearer within the M2M system. M2M technology has firmly established itself at the operational heart of many industries and continues to offer an array of capabilities including remote monitoring, tracking and configuration that ultimately drive efficiencies and better cost management.
The benefits of Simulcast technology are well proven, delivering cost effective wide area coverage, efficient use of frequencies and ease of use for both mobile users and controllers. Andrew Wozencroft, Product Manager and Brian Overton, Bid Engineer, examine the real issues in getting the best performance from Simulcast systems and exploiting the full benefits of an IP infrastructure.
Customers in critical communications are looking beyond push-to-talk voice to an all-IP world of converged applications while at the same time needing to drive down costs. Group Marketing Director, Jonathan Bunce, puts the case for DMR as the worthy successor to TETRA.