Zetron is founded.
Zetron introduces paging products for volunteer fire departments (CE-1000).
Telephone access capability is added to paging terminals (DAPT-1000).
The paging terminal line is enhanced by adding voice mail features.
Zetron introduces LMR products, including phone patches, repeater controllers, and radio remote control.
The radio dispatch console system is introduced for public safety applications.
Zetron opens European office.
In relationship with Uniden, Zetron supplies over 10,000 channels of LTR trunking equipment.
The first NENA-compliant 9-1-1 call-taking product is introduced (Series 3100).
Zetron receives ISO certification.
The Advanced Communication System (Acom) is introduced, expanding to large-scaled dispatch center capability.
Zetron opens Asia Pacific region office in Australia.
Distributed systems introduced incorporating FDDI-2 self-healing fiber ring architecture (Acom 3).
Zetron installs the first North American Acom system. The Air Canada install consists of 115 operator positions in five locations.
IP-based interface is delivered between Acom and M/A-Com's OpenSky.
Zetron introduces distributed systems incorporating OC3 fiber architecture (Acom X).
Zetron develops a VoIP interface to the EADS P25 Trunking system.
A VoIP-based SIP radio dispatch system is introduced along with VoIP inter-node connections support for Acom.
Zetron announces P25 interfaces to all major radio manufacturers and compliance with the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Fixed Station Interface standard (TIA102.BAHA).
Zetron becomes an independent subsidiary of Kenwood Corporation.
New IP-based Fire Station Alerting system begins shipping
First P25 DFSI system at Brazil Utility company
Ellen O’Hara chosen as new Zetron President and CEO
Zetron installs its first CSSI-based system for Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) used at G8/G20 Summits
Zetron celebrates 30 years of excellence
Delta Air Lines deploys 200 position Zetron Acom system
Zetron ships over 25 new MAX Dispatch systems, providing a pure end-to-end IP solution with the most advanced UI in the industry.
Zetron’s Next-Gen 9-1-1 system, MAX Call-Taking, begins shipping.
Zetron introduces DMR-based solution.
75-position system controls operations at Puget Sound Energy.
New video surveillance and security solution announced.
Zetron leads the industry with over 5 million hours of P25 CSSI operation.