If you work in government, you understand the importance of clear and easy communication. Whether it’s public works, police and fire departments, emergency medical service, transportation, parks and recreation, or city council, government employees need to stay in contact with one another. Especially when those jobs bring employees outside or into potentially dangerous situations.
Our local townships depend on our local government, so we want to keep them safe while ensuring they have the necessary tools they need to be productive.
Read on to learn more about how Peak PTT can benefit your government employees.
Although ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft originally signaled a potential end to the taxi driver business and even limousine fleets, it’s clear now that limousine fleets aren’t going anywhere in the transportation services industry. Limousine services are more dependable and safer than ridesharing, and so many people still prefer them over taxis, especially for upscale events.
If you own or operate a retail store, you know the importance of Black Friday for sales, along with the chaos that can ensue as soon as your doors open. Especially when it comes to larger businesses where customers line up waiting to cash in on the Black Friday deals, Black Friday is not only chaotic and busy, but it can be dangerous. Furthermore, navigating large groups of people makes things all the more difficult when it comes to providing customer service or communicating with employees.
Taxi companies cover large metropolis areas so convenient, hands-free communication is a must-have. While on the road, taxi drivers may need to send and receive messages to dispatchers or other drivers. However, using a phone on the road is both unsafe and unprofessional.
That being said, many walkie-talkies are unreliable, so you need to make sure that drivers within a taxi company have a reliable and easy-to-use alternative to communicate. And, having a two-way radio that is “push-to-talk” is a safer way to communicate.
Natural disasters affect millions of people across the globe every year, and the U.S. is not excluded. Major events like floods, landslides, sinkholes, tornadoes, drought, chemical spills, hurricanes, and more can completely destroy cities and towns and leave people without homes, or worse. Usually, communities do not expect disasters or are wholly unprepared to face them, leaving the communities destroyed and in need of desperate help.
If you have a cellphone or use a wireless network on your push-to-talk two-way radios, you want the fastest, most reliable network to ensure that messages are easily sent and received, and done so quickly. Having a poor connection makes any device, like a cellphone or two-way radio, practically useless, so it’s always important to make sure that whatever device your using, it’s backed by a fast and reliable network.
4G service providers like to boast about how fast their wireless networks are. But how fast are they really? Compared to 3G networks, 4G networks are at least 10 times as fast!
Roll-off trucks are vehicles that move portable containers from one location to another. They feature open containers which they are able to tilt and roll, making dumping the contents very simple.
Roll-off trucks can be extremely useful in a variety of industries from waste management to construction and demolition. They are able to maneuver better than larger fixed-bodies through tight spaces, making them a more versatile option. Roll-off trucks make disposing of waste and dumping materials significantly easier while allowing a business to have containers at multiple locations with fewer vehicles. Therefore, it’s no surprise so many businesses use a roll-off truck fleet.
You might have questions about push-to-talk two way radios. We’ve answered some of the more common ones below!
What type of work will you be doing with the radio?
Determining the type of work you’ll be using the radio for will determine the functions, size, and durability of the radios. For example, if you work in an office, you’ll want to choose a radio that comes with features that companies require. Security guards will want a discrete radio with secure channels, and construction and outside workers will want a durable radio that can stand up to the elements.
Harvesting season is on the horizon. If you own or manage a farm, you’re probably looking for ways to improve your operations all the time. Even making small improvements and optimizing your business in any way you can always greatly benefits your bottom line.
One thing that many farms have been turning to, particularly during harvesting season, is push to talk two-way radios.