Case Studies

As Sydney’s leading fresh produce supplier, Pro Bros has close to 100 employees, a fleet of 42 vehicles, and state-of-the-art facilities, including warehousing for cold and dry storage inside Sydney Markets to expedite delivery of customer orders.

Motorola Solutions Channel Partner Digicom Wireless, introduced the TLK 100 PTT radios for staff along with TLK 150 mobile radios for the food processing kitchen. Truck drivers were equipped with Motorola’s wireless Remote Speaker Microphone (RSM), while fork lifters, packers, and pallet workers had TLK wireless audio earpieces to focus on their jobs without fumbling with devices.

According to IBISWorld, Australia’s hotels and resorts industry is worth $1.3 billion and is expected to grow by 13.3% in 2023, with domestic travel increasing by 16.9% since 2022. How will the hospitality industry cope with rising visitor arrivals due to increasing costs, labour shortages and fierce competition?

WAVE PTX enables hotel staff to connect instantly with each other wherever they are so that important messages can be sent privately, to different teams or all at once, depending on the situation. Guest satisfaction is critical in an industry fighting for bookings, and positive reviews are now more prevalent with the influence of social media. 

Bankwest Stadium

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

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 Residences

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

The Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia is an air medical service providing emergency and primary health care services for those living in rural and remote areas of Australia.
Digicom provided ruggedised Android Sonim Devices to help connect the team with Area wide Voice Communications, GPS and Tracking.


Airport Link

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!


How do you get a reliable RF link path from the National Gas Storage Facility in Tomago, 20km north-west of Newcastle to the facility receiving station at Hexham 5km away? 
Rather than a traditional Radio link path, Digicom provided a cost effective and specialised 3G/4G Radio Gateway via the Optus network, connecting both sites seamlessly!

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.


Supporting shutdowns is a key solution Digicom Wireless is versed in. With over 30 Shutdown clients and over 50 shutdowns under the belt, Digicom Wireless can provide a range of solutions for any need.
Whether you need standard comms, or ATEX radios we have the solution for you.

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.

PVH Corp

Providing retail solutions that enhance the customers experience, reduce downtime and increase efficiency is key. 
Digicom services PVH and their various brands with a variety of solutions from basic communications to store rollouts, event hire solutions and managed servicing to ensure a fully customised and proven solution.