SYSTEM DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR

NEW DEVELOPMENTS -
DURING & POST CONSTRUCTION

 

CASE STUDY

PROBLEM


  • Multiple cranes operating at different sites - all with incompatible radios.
  • Crane to dogman communications can suffer from interference, causing unacceptable risk to safety.
  • Interference between users at the same site can cause confusion.
  • Confusion in construction = danger.

NEED


  • Reliable, secure, clear radio communications across multiple channels for many different user/crane groups.
  • All compliance requirements around licensing to be adhered-to.
  • Common radio type and channel allocation so that radios can move from site to site and still be able to communicate.

OUTCOME


  • Rugged and easy to use handheld and in-crane radios all on licensed and compliant frequencies
  • All radios of the same model and generation to maximise interoperability
  • In-vehicle chargers an option - to enable charging of radio batteries mid-shift
  • Every operator is safety aware and understands the need for reliable 2-way radios.

OUR CUSTOMERS

"Melrose Cranes have been using Telechnics for our onsite communications for over 10 years. The needs of our industry are ever changing, and Telechnics have kept us up to date with the equipment we need to get the job done safely and efficiently. Their ongoing sales support is outstanding and the staff have gone out of the way to help us better understand our equipment and how to get the most out of it. I would highly recommend Telechnics to anyone who requires a professional and reliable mobile communications solution” ."

Luke Holland, Fleet Manager- Melrose Cranes & Rigging Pty Ltd

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