A new year and a new Era has started! The Big Red Button is dead! The iconic Savox C-C400 Big Red PTT button is no longer available as the product has come to its end of life in 2017. The great heritage of the C-C400 is carried forward by the improved versions C-C440 and PTT-1 .
We are happy to introduce the latest addition to the Savox Promate product family. The all new The Savox Promate BT COM is a new and unique type of product, in the line of POC audio accessories. Freedom of movement, long working hours, broad headset and earpiece support are just a few of the important end user requirements that have been incorporated in this new sleek PoC audio accessory. Read more to find out how this new product can bring efficiency to your operations.
In this blog we will go through the three main things you need to consider when getting ready for these new requirements. These are:
The Maritime Safety Committee adopted Resolution MSC.338(91) among which, Chapter II-2 “Construction – Fire Protection, Fire Detection and Fire Extinction“ that regulates the firefighting radio equipment on board ships and vessels, on November 30th 2012. In this blog, we want to highlight some critical points mentioned in this resolution, Chapter II-m2 and more precise Regulation 10 “FireFighting”, we will also reflect on a few other points from Chapters I, II & III that influence the need for onboard fire-fighter´s communication equipment in the Regulation 10.10.4.
We will try to provide an overview of the regulatory requirements as well as the practical end user requirements put into action under this new regulatory requirement.
Background and basic facts about SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea), what do you need to know?
Just Released is Defence Industry Reports Next Generation C4i Enabling Tactical Intercom Solutions for Modern Military Platforms.
We sent the Savox design team, approvals managers and sales people on a day trip to see some of the best "smoke diving" trainers in the Northern Hemisphere. In this real simulation training exercise wearing full equipment, we wanted to ensure that our existing products meet real world challenges, and that we continue to design/manufacture products for real life situations.
Firefighters face intense scenarios every day, all while trying to save both property and lives. Firefighters and the equipment are subject to heat, smoke, water and even explosions as they work. At Savox, we work to test our products first-hand, stress testing each of our products to ensure they will last through even the harshest situations. By doing so we can continue to provide the great products and support our customers have come to expect.
Savox completes the delivery of the tactical intercom systems to large Middle East customer
Leading provider of C4i intercom and communications solutions for defence, security and professional public safety users, Savox Communications, (DSA 2016, Stand #3007), has completed the delivery of a large volume of its IMP C4i-enabling Intercom systems to an undisclosed Middle Eastern customer, as part of a major vehicle and platform retrofit & upgrade programme.
Leading provider of C4i and communications solutions for defence, security and professional public safety users, Savox Communications, will be exhibiting at the Defence Services Asia event, DSA 2016, (Stand # 3007), in Kuala Lumpur from 18-21 April, displaying its latest systems and making a number of important contract-related announcements.
The SAVOX IMP is a C4i-capable platform intercom system (based upon Compontents Of The Shelf, COTS technology) that is being deployed on yet another vessel class. Since 2014 SAVOX IMP C4I-capable intercom system has been in use on smaller RIB and Patrol type vessels when the first 100m Offshore Patrol and Multirole Class vessel was brought into operational use.
Today, we can now announce that our system has been chosen as the command and control system for a Minelayer Upgrade Program for a non-disclosed customer. The installation work will start in 2016 and will be finished in 2017.
While many countries’ naval fleets need immediate updates or replacements, we also find ourselves living in a world of increasing threats. How can large naval fleets keep up with the demands of aging fleets coupled with the downward pressure on defense budgets? Specifically, how do countries evaluate whether to invest in high costs associated with replacement vessels or modernise existing naval vessels?