Cleartronic’s wholly-owned VoiceInterop subsidiary does a magnificent job of providing a framework for seemingly disparate and otherwise incompatible communication devices/networks to share information in real-time. Bridging devices that range all the way from two-way radios and cell phones, to PDAs and tablet PCs, VoiceInterop solutions represent a clear way forward for not only commercial enterprises, but mission-critical public and private operations as well, from airport communications to emergency services.
VoiceInterop’s patented radio/IP gateways and software provide a unified communications solution that is available direct-to-consumers , as well as through a growing network of value-added resellers, allowing for maximum market saturation as the brand continues to gain prominence. The company’s interoperable solution designed for airports for instance is a paragon of seamless communications between active working groups, enabling a real-time situational awareness across platforms and devices that offers unprecedented command and control capabilities, as well as a more rapid incident response time. This level of highly articulated control and communication is indisputably essential for handling a crisis, as the time to act is extremely short and yet information needs to flow readily from command/control to field agents and vice-versa.
With the looming threat of ISIS-related terror incidents in the U.S., preparedness and disaster response is at the forefront of critical infrastructure manager’s minds. That’s one major reason CLRI’s recent extension of their strategic relationship with ReadyOp™ developer, Collabria LLC, looks like such a well-timed maneuver. ReadyOp fully leverages CLRI’s radio gateways, offering a highly adaptive and extremely robust command, control and communications platform that is ideally suited to the interoperable demands of law enforcement, fire and government agencies, irrespective of whether they are at the local, state or federal level.
With the CDC issuing increasingly dire Ebola warnings, spotlighted by today’s news out of Dallas indicating a patient is being held for a potential Ebola infection, the kind of rapid response, full-spectrum communications (bridging IP and radio networks) that CLRI can provide looks increasingly essential for government agencies, as well as hospitals in particular. The CDC is saying that the virus is spiraling out of control in Africa, with projections that as many as 1.4M could be infected by January and thus the need for Incident Command System (ICS) and Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) compliant communications are more apparent than ever.
AudioMate RoIP (Radio over Internet Protocol) technology from CLRI changes the equation for rapid response and the total solution which the company is able to provide easily integrates things like Motorola’s iDEN (Integrated Digital Enhanced Network), as well as VoIP dial-in, or laptop-based soft consoles and even 3G wireless. Really, the kinds of solutions CLRI can provide are what was envisioned in the post 9/11 National Incident Management System (NIMS) guidance from the DHS, calling for rapid-response multiagency coordination capabilities that can dovetail with public information systems.
ReadyOp is particularly appealing for government agencies due to the same secure SSL/TLS connection capabilities that makes the platform useable by FIPS 140-2 accredited financial institutions, due to its authentication and encryption standards. The need for secure, encrypted, real-time bridging of the diverse emergency response personnel inputs is exactly what can save the day when serious incidents like a terrorist attack, or a viral outbreak occur. Cleartronic is an attractive play in the space, with the ability to punch above their own weight in terms of mission-critical solutions delivery, despite the fact that they are still a relatively small operation.
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