The widespread adoption of Kaizen principles, Kanban systems, lean processes and just-in-time practices have helped leading manufacturers to maintain a competitive edge in volatile trading conditions.
But there is another characteristic which defines modern manufacturing, and that’s the free-flow of communications between production units, component stores, QC, engineering and materials handling to ensure a smooth efficient flow through all production stages.
However, a modern factory is a difficult operating environment for two-way radio communications with noise from machinery and mechanical handling equipment, large areas to cover and the risk of accidental damage presenting real challenges.
As a global electronics products manufacturer, we are more than aware of the need for reliable and instant communications throughout our own production centres – that’s why in in addition to analogue systems, Kenwood offers dPMR and 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.
For the ultimate in flexibility and scalability, the NEXEDGE® range of digital hand-portable walkie talkies, mobile radios and trunked network solutions provide outstanding voice and data performance in the most challenging environments and are designed to be easy to use, reliable and durable in service.
To discover more about the millions of Kenwood devices in use by countless customers in hundreds of applications around the world, including the innovative multi-protocol NX-5000 Series (NXDN, DMR, P25 and FM Analogue) and NX-3000 Series (NXDN, DMR and FM Analogue) hand portable walkie talkies and mobiles, please visit the linked pages, look into our Professional Communication System Solutions, complete the Enquiry Form or contact an authorised Kenwood Communications reseller.
Kenwood professional digital two-way radio communications systems can be found operating in manufacturing operations around the world including the Guinness brewery in Dublin, Ireland, Rio Tinto Alcan, Lochaber, Scotland and the vast Voestalpine steel plant in Linz, Austria.