Uralvagonzavod launches DECT

March 27, 2015. Uralvagonzavod Corporation’s head plant in Nizhniy Tagil launched DECT, a microcell network, at its metallurgical, railway carriage assembly, and mechanical assembly departments.

‘The new system makes control more efficient and helps make all the jobs safer. It is also meant to prevent accidents or reduce their impact on the production processes through clear administration and immediate notification of emergency services,’ the company says.

It took several years to introduce DECT at the plant. The first fifty-subscriber station was launched at Uralvagonzavod’s power station in 2006. In 2008, the system was introduced at Foundry Shop 1, and in 2009, it was made available in Paint Shop 2. The network currently comprises eleven automatic telephone systems of the Coral type and 354 base stations. There are 1,395 subscribers with microcell phone receivers.

‘DECT microcell network is a wireless system. Mobile subscribers can now enjoy the entire range of services an automatic telephone system offers its analogous subscribers, including call divert, putting a call on hold, conference calls, and so on,’ the corporation’s press service says.

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