WAVE Work Group Communications
Every Device. Every Network. Every Team.
Connected Like Never Before.
WAVE Work Group Communications is a communications interoperability and broadband push-to-talk (PTT) solution that delivers real-time voice and data securely over any network using any device. From two-way radios to smartphones, laptops to landlines, tablets to rugged handhelds, users can use the devices they already have and the networks they already subscribe to and PTT with other teams and individuals both inside and outside of their communication system.
Wherever your personnel are, whatever they do, WAVE Work Group Communications lets them connect with simple, secure and affordable PTT.
Commercial Voice Applications
Radio extension to broadband networks and devices using a simple appliance server for instant and secure PTT for small and medium businesses.
WAVE 3000 is part of the WAVE Work Group Communications portfolio - a range of solutions delivering instant and secure PTT communications across your entire organization. From nationwide networks to small communities and businesses, the WAVE solutions keep information flowing quickly and securely between workers, managers and support teams.
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Public Safety, Government and Large Enterprise Voice Applications
Highly scalable, IT-integrated, enterprise grade PTT solution for radio interoperability and extension to broadband networks and devices.
WAVE 5000 enables highly scalable, feature rich, enterprise grade push-to-talk (PTT) on broadband networks and devices so that critical, time sensitive information flows quickly and securely between mobile workers, teams and citizens. From two-way radios to smartphones, laptops to landlines, tablets to rugged handhelds, WAVE 5000 lets your users use the devices they already have and the networks they already subscribe to connect and talk to others both inside and outside of your communications environment.
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WAVE Work Group Communications San Luis Obispo Case Study
Saint Luis Obispo county turned to Motorola Solutions and its WAVE Broadband Push-to-Talk solution to help implement one of the nation’s first strictly IP-based systems that supports the use of smartphones and tablets for critical communications. The next-generation solution includes the WAVE Dispatch Communicator to turn the department’s standards-based PCs into richly-featured communications dispatch consoles, as well as the WAVE Mobile Communicator to turn any Android, Apple iOS or BlackBerry device into a multichannel LMR handset ready for secure push-to-talk (PTT) communication. The system also implements a 3rd party interoperability gateway to enable communications with the county’s existing analog simulcast radio system and neighboring radio systems.
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WAVE Work Group Communications Metropolis Case Study
Using WAVE, Metropolis was able to bridge its communications system with various groups, including Massac County’s emergency management personnel, staff at the uranium processing facility and disparate agencies within the city itself. Under the new setup, emergency managers (such as fire and police chiefs) are able to access emergency communications channels via the WAVE Mobile Communicator app, run on smartphones operating over multiple carriers’ data networks. The city also leveraged the WAVE Dispatch Communicator alongside its IP-based emergency 911 system to let operators display and manage hundreds of channels and communications from an industry-standard desktop PC.
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WAVE Work Group Communications Washington State Case Study
Using the WAVE Dispatch Communicator, a feature-rich IP dispatch console application, the EMD is able to manage its entire statewide network from 14 industry-standard laptop PCs, linked via the state’s existing communications networks. While the EMD’s communications are based primarily out of its Emergency Operations Center located in western Washington, its deployment of WAVE allows for full dispatch functionality from anywhere in the state.
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