- Siyata Mobile is developing technologies designed to provide unique solutions for the communication needs of commercial fleets and first responders
- Siyata recently launched two new products – one to enhance safe commercial fleet communication during vehicle operation and another to offer workers a rugged handheld phone with push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) for their workplaces
- The company envisions a market that’s virtually free of competition, with potentially close to 10 million commercial vehicles and 3.5 million first responder vehicles looking to upgrade legacy systems to in-vehicle PoC technology
Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX.V: SIM) (OTCQX: SYATF) is dedicated to building a top-quality experience into its communications platforms for enterprise customers, specializing in connected vehicle products for professional fleets, marketed under the Uniden Cellular brand.
Siyata’s flagship device is the UV350, a push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) device that the company hails as the only all-in-one in-vehicle data platform currently offered worldwide (http://ibn.fm/zKMEz) for commercial fleets.
The UV350 is designed to promote a safe way to communicate on the road by eliminating potential distractions that might occur when multiple devices come into play for managing commercial vehicle functions and transmissions. The devices’ installation ensures that their Android operating system is always powered by the vehicles’ batteries.
“Our innovative Push-To-Talk 4G devices continue to attract the attention of leading cellular carriers and their enterprise customers,” CEO and Board Chairman Marc Seelenfreund stated in a news release. “We are strongly aligned with some of the largest carriers in the world to take advantage of this paradigm shift from traditional LMR (Land Mobile Radio) to PoC, and we look forward to updating the market of these partnerships throughout 2019.”
Push-to-talk (PTT) technology generally involves communication devices that have a handheld microphone with a simple button for transmission to eliminate background noise as multiple parties talk. It is frequently employed in police, firefighter and truck driver radios. Siyata’s technology brings the concept into the digital age with the PoC service platform that lets drivers enjoy the advantages of mobile phones without having to make multiple calls to access an active talk group.
The launch of a rugged mobile handset, the 4G/LTE-enabled UR7, provides employers a reliable, durable and safe means of communicating with their workers, wherever they may be. The Android-powered phone includes dedicated PTT and SOS buttons in a flip phone design that can easily be carried in pockets.
Siyata envisions a wide field of opportunity as commercial fleets and first responders move to replace aging two-way LMR technology. The company cites U.S. Department of Transportation statistics indicating that nearly 10 million commercial trucks and some 3.5 million first responder vehicles may need to update to a PoC system (http://ibn.fm/lovMw) and that the systems open new potential revenue streams for North American cellular networks with little current competition for Siyata.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SiyataMobile.com
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