Airbus will join this year’s Gitex Technology Week to shed light on the role of its mission-critical communication and collaboration solutions.
During the international exhibition happening in conjunction with Expo 2020 Dubai, Airbus will demonstrate its portfolio of hybrid solutions with multimedia capabilities. The company’s exhibition stand will be part of Nedaa pavilion.
Airbus’ solutions provide seamless, secure, and fast communication and collaboration tailored to various needs and types of users. These include front-line workers, security and emergency personnel, public safety officials and government employees, as well as transportation, and aviation sector employees, among others.
Tactilon Agnet Unified Client combines Tactilon Agnet Multimedia capabilities and Tactilon Agnet 800 hybrid solution on the same cloud, while Tactilon Agnet Multimedia with drone imagery is designed to enable live video streaming to Tactilon Agnet from a drone through LTE Network.
Airbus’ lightweight Everus Manpack provides high bandwidth mobile IP connectivity using standard LTE, allowing coordination anywhere, anytime. Tactilon Dabat is a smartphone and a Tetra radio in-one. Thanks to its Hybrid Roaming feature, it allows users to communicate efficiently and seamlessly switch between Tetra or LTE network services, according to availability.
“Deploying reliable and secure hybrid communication solutions with multimedia capabilities is vital to saving and protecting lives and properties. Our technologies are designed to support and enhance team coordination and collaboration, leading to more efficient emergency response. We aim to help bridge gaps in coordination and lower safety risks through our solutions. At Gitex, we will put the spotlight on the key features of our Tactilon Agnet communication and collaboration platform to help build a safer and more connected society, and support UAE’s ambition and vision for the next 50 years.” explains Selim Bouri, Head of Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific for Secure Land Communications at Airbus.