With the right communications tools in your hands, your next concert is sure to be a hit. Push to talk over cellular (POC) communications is changing the way the world communicates — and it could very well steal the stage at your next concert or event by allowing you to coordinate your efforts with people throughout the venue so that nothing gets missed throughout the entire event.
Below you will find five of the many ways PTT communications can transform your concert event planning and implementation.
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Distracted driving is deadly. In fact, 3,477 people died in crashes related to distracted driving in 2015 alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), that same year saw nearly 400,000 injuries resulting from accidents in which distracted driving was a factor.
Edgar Snyder and Associates reports that texting while driving poses a six times greater risk of an accident than driving while intoxicated. The bottom line is this, taking your eyes off the road is dangerous.
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More and more businesses, in numerous industries, are beginning to adopt push to talk over cellular (PoC) communication and technologies for their businesses. With so many benefits, it’s no wonder that more organizations are embracing this evolving technology despite the shortcomings of the past.
Below you will find some of the top benefits that have made PTT a communications contender in the modern workforce.
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Many companies considering push to talk over cellular (PoC) are concerned that the service is little more than what two-way radios offer. It’s an understandable concern.
Rest assured, you’ll find there are many more features available with PTT over cellular services than are with the average two-way radio.What is the Difference Between Push to Talk and Two-Way Radios?
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Two-way radio communication can be traced back over a century. Originally discovered by German physicist, Heinrich Rudolf Hertz, who believed there was no practical application for the wireless waves he discovered.
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In an effort to reduce the number of auto accidents related to distracted driving by commercial motor vehicles, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration( FMCSA) passed a law limiting the use of mobile phones by commercial drivers.
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Push to talk (PTT) is not exactly recent technology. It has been around for a while. But with cellular networks adding to the mix, it’s catching on as a viable communication tool for businesses in a variety of industries, however.
Whether you are new to push to talk over cellular (PoC) technology or are trying to learn more about it, understanding the following terminology may help you get more mileage from your PoC experience.
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Push to talk over cellular technology, sometimes called PTT or PoC, allows people to use traditional mobile phones (or in our case, specially designed walkie talkie style radios) that mimic two-way radios with an unlimited range. This gives users instant access to a single user or an entire group of users to send critical safety alerts and instant communication.
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This is the inaugural post of the Peak PTT blog. We hope this blog will become your “go to” resource for all your questions about push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) technology and the many ways you can use it to help grow, expand, and improve your business.
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