Adea Solutions for Motorola

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Tuesday, 31 May 2005, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Adea Solutions, Inc., a provider of business process and technology consulting services, announced today it has implemented a “Radio Message System” (RMS) for its partner SandCherry which enables Motorola 2-Way radios to have speech enabled voice messaging.

The solution is part of SandCherry’s Voice4 RMS System. “We are proud that we are able to play a key role in delivering leading edge technologies that can help make our first responders and military personnel safer and enable commercial radio users to be more productive,” said Adea Solutions Chairman and CEO Abid H. Abedi.

The Voice4 RMS provides a complete, user-friendly solution for leaving and retrieving voice messages using a 2-Way radio without requiring the involvement of a dispatcher. It plugs directly into a mobile radio or base station and can be used in both conventional and supported trunked radio networks. Voice4 RMS provides new levels of productivity and advances the state of communications in military, public safety and commercial environments. It also provides communications capability in locations where cell phones may not work like oilrigs, energy facilities and hospitals. RMS allows radio users to leave messages for a radio-user using a radio device, telephone or Internet. Users can also access the voice mailbox and retrieve/delete the messages from a radio push-to-talk device, by calling in using a telephone or by logging onto the radio message web application. The system also offers a feature that when a message has been delivered to a radio which is installed in a fire truck, police car, ambulance, commercial service truck or any other radio-equipped vehicle the lights will blink and/or the horn will sound.




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