Visitor attractions take many forms, whether the rarefied environment of historic places of worship, natural wonders, destinations or galleries and museums. But what they all share is a duty of care to staff and visitors alike and of course the protection and preservation of the attraction.
The requirement to provide a safe and secure environment free from the threat of anti-social behaviour, petty crime, personal assault and the ability to respond quickly and efficiently to incidents or accidents is of course paramount.
Reducing these risks while managing the efficient flow of visitors, staff and supplies on site poses huge logistical challenges. Essential to the management of risk, response to incidents, implementation of emergency plans and providing a welcoming atmosphere is the ability to report threats, situations and status quickly and efficiently , most especially in the event of a major incident where coordination of emergency services and the safe and fast evacuation of large numbers of people through multiple access points needs to be managed.
Two-way radio provides the most effective means to communicate between cross functional teams reliably and instantly anywhere on site, which is why Kenwood two-way radios and systems feature so prominently at many visitor attractions around the world including CN Tower, Canada, Kunst Historisches, Vienna, Austria, Cango Caves, South Africa, Parc National du Mercantour, France, La Sagrada Familia and Guell Park, Barcelona, Spain, William Wordsworth’s home, Dove Cottage and Liverpool Cathedral, UK.
Typical uses of two-way radio communications in and around visitor attractions include:
- Security of staff and visitors
- Protection of site
Kenwood NEXEDGE® NXDN, NEXEDGE® dPMR, DMR, ProTalk, digital and analogue two-way walkie talkies, mobiles, repeaters and systems are ideally suited to enabling voice and data communications throughout a large site with peer-to-peer, conventional or trunked communications solutions to suit specific requirements.
In addition, Kenwood NEXEDGE® NXDN features a fully automatic Analogue/Digital Mixed Mode and Kenwood DMR Digital hand portables can operate in both digital and FM analogue, allowing them to communicate with your existing analogue radios to present a straightforward and economical migration path from analogue to the benefits of digital.
Kenwood 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 operation in harsh environments while the addition of Kenwood’s KAS-20 Dispatch and AVL application software suite, which supports both NEXEDGE NXDN and DMR radio technologies, can greatly improve operational safety, security and efficiency at multiple locations on a single site or across multiple sites.
For fast deployment license-free solutions, Kenwood offers both analogue and digital ProTalk PMR446 solutions – the ultimate in simple, effective and instant short-range voice communications.
Today, in addition to its NEXEDGE® fully scalable digital systems, Kenwood can offer dPMR, DMRdigital solutions alongside the latest ProTalk digital license-free PMR446 radios featuring digital/analogue mixed mode and ProTalk DECT fully duplex digital wireless intercom systems.
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.