Glossary of Features
- Lone Worker
- Micro SD card
- Performance Monitoring
- Status-triggered functions
Optional Bluetooth allows users of Sepura handheld radios (STP9000 and STP8X series only) to make use of the many Bluetooth accessories available on the commercial market.
Lone Worker periodically checks the user's status, calling for help if the user becomes incapacitated. Ideal for health workers, maintenance staff or other employees working in isolation, it can be configured to send an emergency call or GPS co-ordinates if an emergency situation is detected.
An active, smart personnel monitoring system, Man-Down checks for abnormal lack of motion and raises an emergency call or sends an emergency message if the user becomes incapacitated.
Automatically adjusting to user movement, Man-Down offers motion and tilt monitoring, raising a local alarm in add to over-the-air alerting, and can be configured to send an emergency call or GPS co-ordinates.
Allowing up to 4GB of data storage, Micro SD cards make transfer, retrieval and organisation of data quick and easy. Data can be encrypted to safeguard your files and storage of WAP sites is also supported, permitting rapid look-up of data and images. SDS messages can include a shortcut to a WAP page either on the local Micro SD card, or to the backend WAP server. Radio Manager 2 may also be used to manage the WAP data encrypted and stored on the Micro SD card.
All Sepura terminals share a common Peripheral Equipment Interface (PEI) which meets ETSI standards and permits proprietary extensions of the AT command set, providing third-party applications and solutions with an interface into the radio's functionality.
Performance Monitoring enables third-party control room applications to monitor TMO network performance. Using specific Short Data Service (SDS) messages, terminals can be polled periodically to give a snapshot of network performance, providing data for the comparison of planned and actual network performance.
SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) allows you to monitor remote equipment, tracking and protecting assets, as well as selecting and deploying resources based on location and status
Status-triggered functions allow remote control of a radio through unique status codes, which can activate one of 60 functions. Triggering is permitted from authenticated sources only and can be used to remotely control vehicle-based radios or to set operating parameters on temporary staff radios, limiting training time without compromising safety.