For staff involved in facilities management a wireless communications system gives quicker response to alarms from indoor climate systems, lifts, doors, windows, lighting and other technical installations. The engineer gets the alarm directly to his or her pocket, can check the status from anywhere in the hospital and reach colleagues with voice and text messages when necessary. He or she can also control devices from a wireless phone – for example, stop a fan or restart a pump.
Information wirelessly, about the situation in vital technical installations – energy consumption in the building as a whole, air flow in the ventilation system, water flow in heating and cooling circuits can be provided automatically or on request. You get a quicker response to failures in technical installations and a better grasp of functional safety and energy consumption.
As the world’s first VoWiFi handset operating on 802.11n network, the Ascom i62 is truly unique. It supports the deployment of voice over the network without degrading the performance of an existing .11n network capacity.