Better Worker Safety with Radios Replacing Hand Signals
Both worker safety and efficiency have improved with Vertex Standard VX456 portable radios at City Care.
Farm Rules at Te Tumu Dictate “No Radio, No Work”
An emphasis on safety at Te Tumu Paeroa Dairy means Vertex Standard 426CB two-way radios are compulsory for all workers.
Thailand Royal Irrigation Department Used Vertex Standard Radios
Thailand royal irrigation department used Vertex Standard radios for flood gate operations in 2011 when Thailand battled the country's worst floods in decades.
American Red Cross “Go Teams” Go Digital
On January 21, 2013, nearly a million people gathered at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to watch President Barack Obama take the oath of office during the 57th Presidential Inauguration. Also present were more than 200 trained American Red Cross volunteers, there to assist local, state and federal authorities responsible for planning and coordinating the inaugural events.
VX-4200 Mobile Radio Demonstrates Its Durability Withstanding Car Fire
S.M. Vauclain Fire Company is a volunteer fire department located in the Philadelphia suburb of Crum Lynne, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. The fire department has 30 volunteer members and houses a pumper, a rescue truck, command car and an ambulance. S.M. Vauclain Fire Company provides service to Crum Lynne and mutual aide to the other towns in Ridley Township, Pennsylvania, including coverage of Interstate 95 near the Philadelphia International Airport.
Vertex Standard P25 Radios Improve Caney City Police Communications
Caney City is a small Texas town located near the Cedar Creek Reservoir, a large lake area with a challenging topography for radio communications. The Caney City police department had been using aging radio equipment including high-powered mobile units and experienced connectivity issues in remote, low-lying areas near the water, making the equipment almost useless for the department.
eVerge™ Mobile Radios Improve Efficiency of Agricultural Operations
According to the US Department of Agriculture, more than 1.3 million tons of manure is applied as fertilizer each year to about 15.8 million acres of farmland in the United States. A large majority of that process is managed by custom manure applicators, such as Minnesota Valley Pumping Service.