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- Dartmouth, Nova Scotia,
- Canada B3B 1W1
- Phone: 902 468 5998
- Fax: 902 468 6577
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Like a symphony orchestra conductor, InterTalk sits at the centre of your operation and directs all aspects of your command, control, communications and intelligence infrastructure.
InterTalk brings harmony to your systems by providing a single point of contact. A place that provides the information you need and the control you demand integrated with a powerful communications platform. So you can be ready – for anything…
The InterTalk Console and Control System can be configured for multi-location/ multi-user operation. This type of operation permits diverse operational centres to have mutual backup and interoperability. Should a wide-spread disaster situation arise, the single architecture can be used to permit police, fire, ambulance, transportation, electric utility and others to communicate seamlessly across the network.
Each of these operations would have their own console positions, supervisory positions and administrators. Each agency would have interfaces to their own radio and telephone resources. Normally, operations of one agency would be invisible to all others. However, when conditions warrant, all agency’s resources and console positions can be made available to an Emergency Response Centre which handles interoperability.
InterTalk’s User Interface (UI) handles all operations including radio, telephony and intercoms. In addition, the GUI has icons for auxiliary I/O, paging, one-button instant call and one button instant intercoms. The GUI can be configured to fit on a single or multiple screens. The GUI is designed for touchscreen as well as conventional pointer driven operation (ie. mouse).
InterTalk supports both traditional unallocated operation, such as SELECT/UNSELECT functionality, as well as the ability to dynamically allocate resources to specific users and/or positions. Allocation allows resources that are needed for a particular position to be present on a single screen while unallocated resources are available on other screens. This type of operation allows console resources to be logically grouped for a particular operation