Acom’s end-to-end digital architecture integrates voice (radio and telephone), data, paging and video transmitted over a LAN or a Web browser to provide unmatched flexibility and ease of use. Operating on a local-area or wide-area backbone, a single Acom switch can support large-capacity, region-wide or country-wide dispatch systems.
Acom’s high degree of interoperability supports communications across a wide spectrum of radio bands and dissimilar communications interfaces, including P25, DMR, iDEN®, TETRA, EDACS®, SMARTNET®, SmartZone®, MPT 1327 and LTR®. This ensures that agencies with diverse radio equipment can communicate.
Acom offers a feature-rich telephony communications package. This includes functionality that integrates with standard analog subscriber and exchange ports as well as ETSI ISDN and E1 QSig.
The size of an Acom system can range from a few dispatchers operating in a fixed or mobile environment to 100+ operators that are centrally located or distributed across multiple communication sites. With Acom, communication facilities located in different geographical areas can be networked to provide distributed switching and wide-area control. This improves efficiency and operational effectiveness and provides maximum security and reliability.
Acom’s Windows®-based consoles offer intuitive, easy-to-use interfaces that can be configured to provide any mission-specific functionality your organization requires.
Acom provides the ideal platform to implement communication technologies such as Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) and “digital-at-the-desktop” functions.
Additional enhancements allow each console to become its own independent command-and-control point, operating without any CCE. This means dispatch positions can be created at remote stations that are linked to the CCE at a central facility.