Our LTE interface is a 3GPP-compliant interface that uses SIP messaging directly to the platform, rather than vendor-specific APIs.
This means you can integrate your full control room as you’ve always wanted. Bringing together everything from ICCS solutions and CCTV feeds to radio audio connections and social media feeds, this approach supports more informed, accurate decision making that protects people and saves lives.
Built for the control room of today and ready for the control room of tomorrow
Our software supports your most critical communication needs, such as Authentication as per 3GPP and OIDC Authentication procedures.
Our LTE interface is a 3GPP-compliant interface and uses SIP messaging directly to the platform, rather than using vendor-specific APIs.
Integrate seamlessly with your existing corporate-level telephone systems, thereby maximising existing investment and leveraging the provider’s professional features.
We’ve been at the forefront of integration with new ESN & LTE infrastructures and features, with deployed solutions directly connecting via dispatcher-level interfaces.
Our software’s virtualisation gives you the flexibility to work from anywhere – all you need is a secure VPN connection.
Our software is designed for organisations that protect and preserve society, whether that be a police force, major airport or a city metro. Its fallback mode ensures you’ll maintain critical communications even in the toughest scenarios.
We’ve been at the forefront of integration with new ESN & LTE infrastructures and features, with deployed solutions connecting via dispatcher-level interfaces.
We can also support your control room in running in hybrid states too. If you need to operate ESN, LTE and another network together. Build your Cortex interface with the equivalent widgets from both networks, to sit side by side, or varied by role profile.
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