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Airbus showcases 'Intelligence Shared' at the Critical Communications World exhibition

Posted 16 May 2018 · Add Comment

Under the slogan “Intelligence Shared”, Airbus is showcasing next generation communication solutions for professional mobile networks at the Critical Communications World (CCW) 2018 in Berlin running until 17 May.

 

As a leading provider of secure intelligence platforms, Airbus demonstrates how the application “Tactilon Agnet” will integrate videos from a drone. Tactilon Agnet is an app that lets smartphone users contact professional talk groups at the touch of a button. With Tactilon Agnet, smartphone and tablet users become part of the professional world – voice, data, video and location services are all on hand and all with the reliability and security that professional users expect. 

Airbus also simulates a scenario: a firefighter will wear a 360 degree camera in a metro station. From a command centre, an officer with goggles will virtually step into the situation. Thanks to this solution, firefighters and police officers will be able to effortlessly carry out complex tasks from remote places through a secure communications infrastructure.

Furthermore, Airbus introduces new apps for the Tactilon Dabat, an Android smartphone and Tetra radio in one device. Nine app developers and Airbus partners are presenting their solutions on the Airbus booth. The companies are: Exomi, Intelligence on Wheels, Findwhere, ASC, Steerpath, Stashcat, Eyesolution, Magister and Secunet. 

 

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