Philippine Air Force Reserve Unit Push-to-talk on Inrico System

11-10-2021

Inrico, a global leading provider of professional wireless communications, has supported Philippine Air Force affiliated reserve unit, the 124th Philippine Eaglecom Society Incorporated, to modernize its communications system by offering Push-to-talk over Cellular (PoC) terminals, dispatch consoles, and management software. With the new PoC system in place, the commanders are able to reach bases across the country instantly and achieve unified dispatching whenever it’s necessary.

Two-way radios, essential tools of mission critical operation, enable communication among the reservists across bases, when they are called for missions. Inrico’s PoC radio T529 and T310 along with dispatch console have been applied in daily communications, special task execution, and wide area dispatching. T310, with GPS, comes with dual cameras to take clear pictures and videos, which helps with efficient decision-making; its light-weight and pocket-size design makes it easy to hold and carry. T529 delivers ultra-rugged performance, long battery life, and clear and loud audio while canceling ambient noise.

Inrico PoC platform is an integrated communication and dispatching system with audio and video communications as the core services. The platform integrates map positioning, multimedia data, emergency alarm, patrol & inspection, event reporting, task management and other auxiliary services. Inrico takes comprehensive measures to ensure the integrity of the system, including software design and system deployment.

Inrico-1aCompliant to the Air Force reserve unit’s requirement of data security, AES256 Encryption Technology, Terminal Data Leakage Protection (DLP), Cloud Computing Technology and Authority Management have been integrated to protect assets from external and internal threats and ensure information security and integrity.



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