The newest addition to Australian Stadiums, Bankwest was built to host the best concerts, events and NRL Games.
With it’s unique design, ground breaking technology and it’s 30,000 capacity the facility required a large fleet of radio communications to facilitate day-to-day operations.
Kennedy’s Tours needed a quality voice communications system that could cope with the large distance its vehicle fleet covers, parts of which are poorly serviced by telecommunications networks.
Digicom worked closely with Kennedy’s to ensure a smooth and hassle free transition from mobile phones to in-vehicle PoC units.
Jewel is a three-tower development located on Old Burleigh Road in
Surfers Paradise, resulting in it being the first beachfront resort to
be built on the Gold Coast in 30 years.
The three-tower development includes a three-level podium, a six-star hotel comprising 169 suites, and 512 one, two and three bedroom apartments.
Read more to find out how Digicom Wireless has provided the backbone for communications to these towers.
Royal Flying Doctor Service
Airport Link Company (ALC) operates the Green Square, Mascot, Airport Domestic and Airport International Train Stations.
To stay connected, Digicom provided a PoC Solution which connects the various team with an Area Wide Voice Network, GPS, Tracking and Emergency Features, all 23 metres below the earth’s surface!
St Andrews House & School
Operating within the Sydney CBD, St Andrews House required enhanced coverage to connect campuses within the densely populated area.
To stay connected, Digicom implemented an IP Site Connect Solution with a Hytera back bone which connects the various campuses with a CBD Wide Voice Network.
Ballance Agri-Nutrients New Zealand
Operating within hazardous environments can prove tricky when requiring radios for shutdowns. New Zealand based Ballance required radios which were TIA4950 approved to be used in UL/FM Division 1, Class I, Groups C, D, Class II, Group E, F, G and Class III hazardous locations.
To stay connected, Digicom implemented over 150 UL/FM approved radios to ensure the shutdown crews stayed connected with exisiting personnel onsite.