Communications Solutions for Temporary Sites/ Structures / Tents
When we first wrote this blog post, the world was different. Forest fires were raging in California. Kind of wish we were back in 2019.
If you are looking for a quick, easy way to set up a network/ phone connections/ public address for a temporary structure, such as a temporaryCOVID19 Unit or COVID19 test site, Teletics has the answer for you. Our products have designed to be easy to set up. You don’t need serious technical training or special tools.
Our ZipLine products provide quick point to point wireless links with or without phone lines. ZipLine is an excellent solution to provide Internet to a building or temporary structure.
Our W*Intercom product provides a network on a temporary camp for phones, Internet access (WiFi) and a very loud PA/ paging system.
Our products have been used at temporary camps for years. They are proven solutions.
It seems like there’s always a forest fire ranging out of control somewhere in the world these days, whether it is in British Columbia in Canada or in NSW, Australia. If it’s not a forest fire that is making the news, it’s another natural disaster, such as a hurricane, a tsunami or disastrous flooding. For whatever reason, these natural disasters seem to be occurring more frequently and to be more extreme. One thing the natural disasters have in common is a need for communications, for the teams to communicate with each other in the area where they are located.
When a temporary camp is established help with a natural disaster, one of the most important requirements the Emergency Response Team has is communications on the ground. A makeshift camp has very similar communications requirements as a more permanent camp, such as those that are built for oil rigs and mining. Standard communications networks such as the PSTN or mobile / cellular networks are usually not an option in a remote area so another method has to be used. The connection to the outside world can be via satellite but for the people on the ground, another terrestrial mode of communications is required.
Teletics specializes in industrial quality, rugged wireless telecommunications solutions that are designed to be used in extremely difficult conditions and to be set up quickly by almost anyone, with no special tools or training or programming. Our products are installed in hundreds of camps, providing communications on the ground to oil & gas and mining camps all around the world.
Wireless Phone and Public Address Service – W*Intercom
W*intercom provides wireless PA and Phone service and can be quickly deployed temporarily in dongas and makeshift camps in cases of emergency response teams, temporary camps, eg when attending to a natural disaster, fighting fires, etc. W*intercom provides a very loud Public Address system that can be installed quickly in any temporary structures/ shelters that are in place. W*Intercom also provides SIP phone services and WiFi.
It can be set up and taken down quickly so it can be moved from one location to the other.
ZipLine – Point to Point Wireless Link
Connect your remote camp or camps together easily with an easily installed point to point wireless link using our ZipLine Wireless Ethernet Bridge.
ZipLine can provide truck mounted, line of site communications for distances up to 5km. When Teletics ships a ZipLine link, it comes with everything you need in for a complete installation is provided, including mounting brackets, and hardware. Installation can be completed by anyone handy with tools in under two hours. There is no radio experience required and no specialty radio cables or antenna knowledge needed. Setting up a reliable, secure VoIP grade link takes a lot more knowledge than most people realize. Programming choices made during installation can make your wireless network insecure, unreliable, non-VoIP grade, or all three.
E-mail us to ask any question at all. Explain your requirement and we will get back to you.