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SIP Based Dispatch Software

Introducing the Mini SIP Console

The Mini SIP Console is sold and supported by Avtec. The Mini SIP Console controls up to four radio endpoints and has undergone compatibility testing with Scout to ensure a smooth, quality experience.

To learn more about the benefits provided by the Mini SIP Console, watch our short and informative webinar.

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Example Uses for the Mini SIP Console

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Enables the local office of a utility operation to activate a small subgroup to manage a regional disaster.

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Public safety supervisors/chiefs can monitor multiple channels at one time for situational awareness instead of keeping a handheld or mobile radio on their desks.

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Establish a remote airfield guardhouse that assures logistics for a small group of ramp workers.

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A railyard can provide four-channel radio access to Yardmasters for emergency monitoring.

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Campus (large business complex, colleges, hospitals) security officers stationed at the security desk who receive emergency calls on a phone line can now access radio channels to coordinate emergency response.

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Mini SIP Console

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Connect third-party IP devices to Scout systems via SIP.

ScoutLink™ is a new component built on the core Scout™ architecture that opens access to the Scout dispatching console platform. ScoutLink extends communications possibilities and leverages the range of connectivity already supported by Scout to a wider audience. It does this by using the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to communicate. Utilizing SIP allows ScoutLink to access third-party IP devices.

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By deploying ScoutLink, clients can:

  • Communicate via licensed SIP devices, such as a Mini SIP Console, through the existing Scout infrastructure to any of the endpoint types that are supported in VPGate.
  • Benefit from a lower entry point for new systems, especially those who need only a simple system when they start.
  • Leverage the Scout backbone already in place on their IP network.
  • Create a standalone system that scales as needs change, from a single position to multiple dispatch centers each with hundreds of consoles and thousands of endpoints.
  • Extend dispatch communications to places where a full-scale console position would be cumbersome, or in other situations that require an alternative to a standard console.

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