The degree to which ATDI is trusted to deliver the world’s most vital communications is being reinforced once more.
Thailand’s emergency services network is being expanded by 1000 new base stations, with the planning and modeling for the enhanced system completed using ATDI’s flagship software suite ICS telecom EV. Thailand uses the Digital Trunked Radio System (DTRS) for its emergency communications and the system is run by CAT Telecom Public Company Limited and Samart Digital Corporation Public Company Limited. Thailand’s expanded DTRS system will service consumers alongside official agencies.
CAT says it plans to add around 200000 new customers before the end of 2019 using the expanded network; the company adds that it is confident its enhanced system will gain new users among government bodies, state enterprises, hospitals, rescue centres and security firms in addition to a range of commercial concerns.
“Delivering connections to emergency services could not be more vital,” says ATDI managing director, Jin Hwang, “and, clearly, keeping consumers happy is essential for any company. None of this would be possible without accurate planning and modeling so it is always pleasing when ATDI is trusted to supply the software and the expertise to make the systems work.”
DTRS is a well-tested technology used by a range of developing countries. ATDI’s expertise in it is reinforced by the company’s experience in the European equivalent, TETRA, where ICS telecom EV has been used for major rollouts in Norway, Austria and Germany along with verifying networks in the UK and Ireland.
“ATDI has always been technology-agnostic,” says Jin. “If there’s a radio system, ATDI knows how to achieve its full potential no matter what technology is being used.”