Modern telecommunications have become an indispensable part of transport and infrastructure. In cars, for example, navigation systems support drivers in making rapid progress, while on motorways and in tunnels, state-of-the-art communication systems automatically alert when necessary and reliably ensure that contact can be established with the safety centre or that information and instructions can be given via intelligent public address systems in the event of accidents or in critical situations.
Users of motorways need help and support quickly and safely in unexpected situations. Despite the increasing availability of mobile phones, the motorway emergency call system offers motorists the reliability of being immediately connected to the right place and the right contacts, who are also automatically informed by the emergency call system of their exact geographical position.
Corresponding communication stations of the motorway emergency call system can be found along almost all motorways, through which a reliable connection to the monitoring and emergency call centre can be established even in the worst weather conditions or in case of failure or overload of the mobile phone networks.
Our decades of experience in the development and provision of such systems – coupled with our impressive references – make IT-Technology’s solutions the top products in this segment.
In mountainous regions, many motorways and motorways also run in tunnels, which have their own, very high safety requirements for communication infrastructure in the event of accidents (with smoke and fire development).
Especially in a tunnel, the tunnel emergency call system may be the only reliably available means of communication. We are also a reliable supplier and project partner for these very demanding requirements.
Safely to school, to work and to leisure: today, many people use public transport such as buses and trains for this purpose. With emergency call boxes at bus stops and in vehicles, advice and help is always just a push of a button away. And even if you don’t have to press the button, it’s a good feeling to know you’re safe.
Cable cars also count as public transport, just like trains or buses. But while you can get off a bus or train if it stops unexpectedly for a long time, this is not always so easy with a cable car.
The control centre can provide initial information about the reason for an unplanned stop or quickly organise assistance in case of a medical emergency for one of the gondola passengers.
This requires a reliable communication system that can withstand extreme weather conditions, during hot summer and freezing winter temperatures, all year round. This allows the guests of your holiday region to enjoy their well-deserved holiday in peace of mind and in the knowledge of the high safety standards.
Parking garages can be very lonely places. Then it is a good feeling for the user to know that there is a security centre. With our emergency call boxes in multi-storey car parks, the 24/7 security centre can be contacted at any time, providing information and assistance quickly. Accidents and threats can be immediately forwarded to the right place.
Essential characteristics of an emergency call system are reliable availability, especially when the emergency call pillar is the only communication link, e.g. because mobile phone reception in a parking garage is impaired or impossible.
In cities, emergency call pillars fulfil an important, also visual safety need.
The pillars can be used in city centres, but also in city parks, where they provide a calming effect at night time.
One of the most important features of a car park or city emergency call pillar – apart from its reliable functioning – is also that when an emergency call is triggered, no time is lost in verbally indicating the location, because the location data of the emergency call pillar is automatically displayed on the screens in the security monitoring centre.