ASC will demonstrate its new TETRA recording solution at SNUC (Airbus Secure Network Operators’ and Users’ Interface Conference) 2015. The company’s communications recording portfolio is the first certified for TETRA network release 6.0.
ASC is a gold member of the TWISP developer network of Airbus Defence and Space, the second largest aerospace and one of the top 10 defense companies in Europe. TWISP facilitates the integration of external solutions in Airbus’s TETRA networks.
SNUC 2015 will be held on March 4-5, 2015 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel Martinez in Cannes, France. Organized by Airbus Defence and Space, the 23rd SNUC conference attracted 200 industry professionals from 35 countries last year. This year’s meeting will focus on secure operations for radio and mission-critical communications.
Marco Mueller, Chief Operating Officer of ASC, said, “Our communications recording solutions for public safety organizations reduce reaction times and thus save lives. First responders can rely on our fail-safe solutions and thus focus solely on the task at hand.”
Mr. Mueller went on to discuss some of his solution’s capabilities including secure recording of all voice and data by VoIP, trunked radio and SDS (short data services) as well as analog and digital telephony in command-and-control environments. Calls are recorded with time and ID stamps for subsequent analysis.
ASC’s experience with TETRA, an important standard enabling radio communications among otherwise disparate systems, spans many years. In 2014, the ASC recording solution EVOip neo active was certified for Airbus TETRA.