|RAILWAY COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS|
|>||VoIP subscribers’ service|
|>||guaranteed and secure communication and data transmission|
|>||secured rail traffic management|
|>||support for an external call recorder|
|>||traffic control safety|
|>||4-level safety system|
|>||operation of external dispatch desks|
The Railway Communication System (SLK) is a multi-task system that meets all railway requirements in the field of technological communication. Its main function is to ensure communication between traffic dispatchers or authorized persons supervising rail traffic. The system has been approved for use in railways.
In railways, multidirectional communication between all posts within a given railway station, neighbouring stations, section dispatchers and railway posts located along a given route makes the system exceptional in many ways. At the same time, the advantages of the system, proven through many years of use in railways, mean it can be successfully used in other areas.
SLK has the ability to integrate with many other systems and external elements, making it universal, and its potential is practically unlimited.
The dispatching communication system enables other necessary rail services, e.g. platform announcements using hand-held consoles or automatic broadcast servers, at the ISDN or PRA interface. The new generation SLK control panel is energy-saving; moreover, it saves on operating costs through a developed remote access system (e.g. for diagnostics and recording).
SLK has the ability to integrate with many other systems and external elements, making it universal, and its potential is practically unlimited. The system also works well in crisis management centres, transport management, rescue services, etc.