Terrorism, Contamination, Disruption to infrastructure and services, Malicious damage, Active protest, Civil unrest, Border breaches, Invasion of privacy, Piracy, Organised Crime, Data Theft, Kidnapping, Personal assault…
…the range of threats being managed by public and private security services, agencies and individuals changes and evolves with social, political and economic dynamics.
And while surveillance technology, physical protection and increased intelligence gathering have made a major contribution in identifying and managing threats, the central element in all robust security strategies is the ability to effect instant communication by voice or data across a wide variety of difficult environments; linking control centres with field operatives whether on foot or in vehicles.
Kenwood’s analogue and digital two-way radio systems have been proven in the highest security situations and can be found in operation within military forces, police services, public and private security agencies around the world.
Applications include air and sea ports, research facilities, government buildings, military bases, transport and utilities infrastructure, stadia, sports and entertainment venues, oil and gas processing and supply installations, data centres, cash warehouses, secure storage facilities, research facilities, shopping malls, retailers of high value goods as well as high profile personalities, in fact wherever security, safety and efficiency are key considerations.
Today, in addition to its NEXEDGE® fully scalable digital systems, Kenwood can offer dPMR, DMR digital solutions alongside the latest ProTalk digital license-free PMR446 radios featuring digital/analogue mixed mode and ProTalk DECT fully duplex digital wireless intercom systems.
As you would expect, all Kenwood professional series hand portable walkie talkies conform to MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G for ruggedness and durability and are IP54/55 Water & Dust Intrusion rated, making them ideal for use in high security applications.
Kenwood two-way radios are in use by numerous security services around the world including special security forces in Africa and Poland. Case Studies: G8 Hokkaido Toyako Summit, G8/G20 Summits in Huntsville and Toronto, SOT-161 private security, Bulgaria Police Service and Georgia Public Safety Agencies, USA.