CITY OF MALOLOS, Bulacan — In pandemic-compliant and simple ceremonies held January 20, 2021 at the historic Eurobake Restaurant in Tabang, Guiguinto, Bulacan, two iconic information and communications companies inked a partnership to mark the entry of one of the most globally-competitive audio-video push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) system in the Philippines.
PoC is projected to be the new industry standard in communication for disaster, rescue, transport, logistics and security sectors in the country after rave reviews and forecast from industry experts all over the globe–from the US, UK, Japan, China, and the Philippines. The technology has been disrupting traditional two-way radio communications as it has began utilizing mobile data and infrastructure to bridge distance and clarity of communications without costly radio infrastructure .
“Now you can use your own smartphone as a two-way radio through the WalkieFleet app, and get instant, limitless radio broadcast for your fleet,” said Rhoderick Co, CEO of Stingray Communications, country partner of WalkieFleet Global. Co signed a formal national distributorship agreement with AfterTech CEO Joel Bagay for a massive roadshow in Bulacan, Metro Manila and nearbu provinces in Luzon.
“It’s more practical, cost-friendly, and easier to deploy for any tyoe of organization that requires fleet management and more secure because it comes with the only publicly-available encryption approved by no less than the National Security Agency (NSA) of America,” said AfterTech Fleet Head Engineer Maurice Vistan.
He said provinces and cities all over the country demand a technology that responds to calamities and disasters such as the current challenge posed by the pandemic which requires live, fast and real-time radio communication that conquers the challenge of distance and clarity among frontline agencies .