Radio interoperability systems allow you to cross-connect different two-way radio networks,
connect those networks to telephone or satellite systems, or network RoIP/VoIP talkpaths. SIP-based interoperability
is now available to digitally converge existing radio systems with SIP telephones, networks, and devices.
BearCom carries a complete line of radio interoperability systems from Raytheon JPS.
Radio Interoperability Systems
BearCom is a recognized expert in identifying appropriate two-way radio systems and then deploying them. "We have seen a
steady movement toward the purchase of interoperable systems in the public sector," says Hugh Johnston, Purchasing & Product
Manager at BearCom. "This can be attributed to the fact that counties and municipalities see a quick return on investment
as far as efficiency and safety are concerned."
St. Louis County in Missouri recently rolled out a plan to bring
more than 150 agencies and organizations under a "single radio umbrella" and gave them the ability to directly
communicate with each other. "Every emergency response agency in the region will be able to speak to one another 24 hours a
day, seven days a week, in any conditions," says Charlie Dooley, the top executive for the county. "When you're reacting to
an emergency or disaster, timely communication between agencies can mean the difference between life and death."