Healthcare operations like many institutions have a need for a communications control center.
Zetron systems help our customers to orchestrate healthcare and integrate communications to all staff members. These systems greatly enhance communications in healthcare organizations where many tasks and operations are dispersed over a large area and patient and employee security are a core requirement. It is critical that these agencies have the ability to respond immediately and have command & control systems in place that are mission critical and interoperable with their existing infrastructure.
Solutions Used in Healthcare
Zetron solutions used to manage Healthcare communications include:
Call Taking Systems
- MAX Call Taking – Call Taking Solution
Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) Systems
- MAX CAD – Computer Aided Dispatch & Incident Management Solution
- MAX GIS Mapping – Integrated Mapping Solution
- Mobile CAD – Mobile Computer Aided Dispatch Solution
- ACOM Command & Control – Full Command & Control Solution
- MAX Dispatch – Integrated Dispatch Solution
- DCS-5020 – Lower Cost Dispatch Solution (with TETRA)
- Desktop Remotes – Desktop Remote Solution
- Console Accessories – Console Components
- Radio & Telephony Adapters & Interconnects – Radio & Telephony Integration Technologies
- Trunked Radio – Trunked Radio Controllers
- MAX Alerting – Alerting Solution within MAX Dispatch
- Fire Station Alerting – Fire Station Alerting Solutions
- Paging Systems – Paging Terminals, Encoders, Transmitters& Repeaters
Zetron Supports Open Standards
Many Public Safety agencies are required to purchase equipment that is open-standards compliant. This is because products that adhere to open standards typically offer higher levels of interoperability and customer choice than products based on proprietary protocols.
Zetron is fully committed to the development and adoption of open standards, including Project 25 (P25), digital mobile radio (DMR) and Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA). For more information, see Zetron’s Commitment to Open Standards.