Hytera DMR DWS Dispatcher
DWS (Dispatch WorkStation) is a trunking dispatching system designed for the efficient communication, remote management, and dispatching & deployment of radio users. Developed for either Hytera ACCESSNET®-T IP TETRA infrastructure or Hytera DMR Tier III, dispatchers can be used as logistics and control centres to efficiently manage the radio subscribers, whilst serving as a control unit for monitoring alarm functions.
The application Dispatch WorkStation (DWS) from Hytera is an application for efficient subscriber handling in the radio system. Dispatchers can be used as logistics and control centers to manage and control the radio subscribers or they serve as a control unit for monitoring alarm functions. The dispatcher administrates all the data in respect of the assignment of fleets, groups and radio subscribers in the radio system and simplifies the management of the subscriber communication.
The DWS not only offers conventional features such as group calls, individual calls or emergency calls. Enhancements such as dynamic group number assignment (DGNA), include calls (group patching) or discreet listening (monitoring) are also available. In addition to voice functions the DWS also supports sending and receiving short messages and status messages.
Positioning of radio subscribers
For positioning radios via their GPS position data, DWS offers a map service for the display of the geographic location of subscribers. The mapping data is stored locally at the workstation, which makes an Internet connection unnecessary. Advanced functions such as geofencing or task allocation to radios supplement the subscriber handling.
Reliability through redundancy
To secure dispatcher functionality, the system can be equipped with redundant server and connection. So, if a server should fail, subscriber control can continue. The DWS supports a wide variety of security aspects such as password protected access and assignment of function rights for different DWS user groups.