Redmond, WA – January, 2017 – Zetron, a leading provider of mission-critical communication solutions, confirmed a successful test of the MAX Dispatch console on the Alberta First Responders Radio Communications (AFRRCS) network. Testing took place the week of Oct. 7, 2016 at AFRRCS test lab in Alberta, Canada.
Now, organizations looking to improve their mission-critical communication systems can integrate their MAX Dispatch consoles with AFRRCS network-based systems. “We’re dedicated to supporting the needs of our customers,” said Mark Cranmore, Zetron MAX Dispatch senior product manager. “This integration delivers additional features, more options and enhanced functionality, providing an overall greater value for our customers using the MAX Dispatch console.”
Zetron has an extensive history and involvement developing and supporting open standards. And continues to invest in its collaboration efforts with Land Mobile Radio (LMR) manufacturers defining the standards for interfacing with P25 and Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) standards-based networks.
Zetron has been designing and manufacturing integrated mission-critical communications systems since 1980. Its offerings include IP-based dispatch, NG9-1-1 call-taking, voice logging, IP fire station alerting, CAD, mapping, and AVL systems. They are expandable, interoperable, and able to support geo-diverse operations. Zetron backs its products with technical support, training, and project-management services known for their skill and responsiveness. With offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, and a global network of partners, resellers, and system integrators, Zetron has installed thousands of systems and over 25,000 console positions worldwide. Zetron is a wholly owned subsidiary of JVCKenwood Corporation. For more information, visit: www.zetron.com.