Why choose push to talk phone or radio?

What is Push-To-Talk ?


PTT is a special feature on your mobile phone, tablet or PC that combines the functionality of a walkie-talkie or 2-way radio with normal mobile phone or PC.

  • communication to a group of people or one-to-one with a touch of the button.
  • Uses existing mobile data layers to provide VoIP calls (2G, 3G, 4G LTE, CDMA, WiFi and NAT support) to assure global coverage & superior quality of service
  • You can speak to a big group of people instantly and simultaneously, unlike a normal phone were you can speak to only one person at a time.
  • Simple and effective
  • It can be used also to send Instant Messages to all members connected to a given group.
  • Users position and status monitoring on PC Dispatcher map.




  • Real-time group communication by just one press
  • Quick & secure voice messages delivery up to 200 users in one group!
  • Reduced voice and messaging costs
  • Improved productivity by reducing waiting time
  • Increased control by constant contact with your employees
  • Users status and GPS position location
  • Possible communication integration among different agencies in case of emergency or disaster (fire brigates, Police, Ambulances can be coordinated using common group)
  • User and group management via Internet portal or from handset/PC Dispatcher
  • Same terminal can be used for other activities i.e. bar-code scanning, normal calls, specific applications, other
  • 1000 multicast group


Potential Customer


✔ Taxi
✔ Delivery Companies (DHL, Fedex, UPS)
✔ Public transportation
✔ Airlines/airports
✔ Hotels
✔ Manufacturing companies
✔ Industrial plants
✔ Hospitals
✔ Public Roads Maintenance – Highways
✔ Utilities
✔ Facility & Event management
✔ Car rental agencies
✔ Warehouses & Stocks
✔ Shopping malls & Supermarkets
✔ Sport events – community services etc.
✔ Families, youth and social groups
✔ Computer services
✔ Education
✔ Professional services and repair
✔ Government / Public sector (Police, Fire Brigades…)
✔ Construction and building trades
✔ Oil & gas & mining industries
✔ Security Forces


Public Safety should look at a rugged and high quailed PTT phone

Push-to-talk over cellular (PTTOC) and mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) technology. In some cases, these solutions may be a better choice than LMR. They also have the potential to provide significantly more flexibility regarding application, device and network choices. There are important factors to consider when deciding whether to implement the technology.

Portable radio operating on land mobile radio (LMR) systems have been the essential method of push-to-talk (PTT) voice communications relied upon by law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians. These robust networks and devices have evolved to provide a single primary application—exceptional push-to-talk voice communications for first responders.

In recent years, however, a challenge has appeared—push-to-talk over cellular (PTTOC) and mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) technology. PTTOC and MCPTT services are provisioned over broadband wireless services and replicate the walkie-talkie functionality of traditional LMR portable radios. Technology differences include:

  • PTTOC refers to proprietary solutions currently available today
  • MCPTT is the soon-to-be-implemented Third Generation Partnership (3GPP) standard intended to replicate the functionality of LMR push-to-talk. This solution will allow for interoperability across applications.

Right now we have worked out our E980 which mainly suitable for POC and Push to talk radio

Push-To-Talk over Cellular Market: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Sales and Forecast By 2026

As per the new published report by Research Report insights (RRI) Push to talk over cellular (PoC) is a wireless two-way cellular communication allowing instant and global mobile connectivity with the ability to communicate on a push of a key.

Land Mobile Radio (LMR) has long been the preferred communication network for a variety of industries that dispatch vehicle fleets or have mobile workforces including public safety as well as construction, utilities, hospitality and transportation. Over the years, these systems have evolved from traditional two-way radios and walkie-talkies to now operating over IP and cellular networks. One of the limitations of traditional LMR systems is the coverage of the networks.

The short range frequencies for private radio require users to be in range for traditional radios to work. While customers may link together the digital trunked systems to increase coverage, the capital investment of deploying such an extensive infrastructure can be substantial. Push-to-talk over Cellular (PoC) removes this limitation and gives users almost unlimited range (national and even international coverage) without the need to develop and maintain a costly and complex network. In addition, the use of existing mobile devices can help organizations and governments save money and reduce their total cost of ownership (TCO) versus using LMR solutions.

The global push-to-talk over cellular market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.3% during the forecast period. The push-to-talk over cellular market was valued at US$ 2,741.4 Mn in 2017, and is projected to grow significantly to reach US$ 5,654.0 Million by 2026 due to an increase in the demand for next-generation LTE networks across the globe.

Based on industry, the push-to-talk over cellular market is sub segmented into public safety & security, construction, energy & utility, transportation & logistics, manufacturing, defense, travel & hospitality, and others. Rising demand for push-to-talk over cellular for public safety & security applications and advancements in mobile communication technologies are some of the major factors boosting the growth of the public safety & security sub segment. In addition, the presence of next-generation wireless networks and the deployment of 5G networks across the globe are also some of the factors driving the push-to-talk over cellular market.

Furth more push to talk market will be  North America (U.S., Canada), Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, & Rest of Latin America), Europe (UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, & rest of Europe), SEA (India, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Oceania, and rest of SEA & APAC), China, Japan, and MEA (GCC Countries, Turkey, South Africa, Northern Africa, & rest of MEA). This report evaluates the present scenario and the growth prospects of the push-to-talk over cellular market across various regions globally for the period 2018 –2026. We have considered 2017 as the base year and provided data for the remaining 12 months.