The COVID-19 pandemic has created unique challenges for school districts throughout the country. Some have made the transition to online learning, while others are reopening with enhanced protocols for social distancing, instruction, and more. These are a few ways push-to-talk two-way radios can help schools manage these new protocols, and keep students and staff safe as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on.
Ready or not, the holiday shopping season is ready to swing into high gear. For businesses who aren’t ready and are feeling that “deer in the headlights” sensation, all is not lost. There is still time to act so that your business doesn’t leg behind during this critical season.
As more consumers are participating in online shopping and ecommerce is growing throughout the country, especially more-so now with the pandemic, more retail companies depend on warehouses and distribution centers to store and ship their products and inventory. The greater the demand for your services, the more important fast, effective communications solutions become. That is where push to talk two-way radios can be incredibly beneficial.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association (FMCSA) has established new rules prohibiting the use of handheld mobile phones while operating commercial motor vehicles. Here’s what you need to know about these new rules and what they mean for CMVs.
Push-to-talk two way radios are growing in popularity across the business spectrum. As businesses seek new ways to foster growth in uncertain times while providing safe employee and customer experiences, push-to-talk two way radios are in even greater demand.
Push-to-talk two-way radios offer a full plate of benefits, including these great reasons PTT radios are more popular than ever before.
For the first time in more than 80 years, the United States government has loosened restrictions related to hemp farming. This means new farms are embracing the profit hemp represents across the country. It also means that there is an experience gap when it comes to farming this particular crop for profit. With that in mind, hemp farming presents bigger challenges than many farmers are accustomed to, making the instant access to information that push to talk two way radios deliver for hemp farmers.
These are just a few ways improved communication can help produce more abundant hemp in the year ahead.
As the global vocabulary has extended to include terms like “social distancing,” “flatten the curve,” and “self-isolation,” there is a new term that is gaining a great deal of attention: “curbside pickups.” While restaurants had been offering similar services even before COVID-19 made it fashionable, other stores are joining in, including supermarkets, department stores, electronics stores, and more.
Some medical facilities even offer curbside evaluations and COVID-19 testing. If your store is beginning to offer curbside pickups, you need to consider push-to-talk radios for all these reasons and more.
Peak PTT offers two different communications platforms to accommodate the differing communications needs of businesses. The K2 Platform is designed to provide solid communications solutions for small and medium sized businesses while the Everest platform is built to meet the needs of medium-sized and enterprise businesses. While they each offer similar usability, there are differences that make them stand apart as well.
As school systems across the country return to school in uncertain times, the safety of student and staff remain top priorities for school administrators. Few realize push-to-talk two-way radios are essential tools for school safety, but the five reasons below show why you need to adjust your thinking on the matter.
COVID-19 threw many restaurants in the lurch back in March when non-essential businesses throughout the country were called upon to shut their doors for 15 days to flatten the coronavirus curve. Here we are, months later and many restaurants around the country have yet to reopen fully as many states only allow them to offer to-go services. Some restaurant owners wonder if they will ever return to dine-in services.