Two Way Radios & Critical Communication Solutions, including handheld radios, body worn cameras and much more. If your needs are more temporary and you don’t want to buy your radios, then consider Radio Hire.
Two Way Radios & Critical Communications
Radio Experts with best in class products
At Avoira, we partner with leading radio equipment manufacturers to provide our customers with the best solutions for two way radios. With the expertise from Avoira to design and implement a robust radio network, you are in good hands.
If your needs are temporary, we have a range of leading two way radios for hire. When you have an event that requires more staff with better communications or a busier warehouse at peak times, consider radio hire to support these critical moments.
Implement a seamless communication system into your business, to ensure that all your staff are staying in contact throughout their shifts and keeping your business running efficiently. In today’s busy society, more and more employees are required to free their hands to make notes, serve dishes, attend to customers and more. Yealink Headsets with a DECT base station is a wireless Push To Talk (PTT) DECT collaboration for retail, hospitality, healthcare, factories and warehousing especially. It allows you to deliver real-time communication of multi-locations in workplace scenarios with more efficiency and convenience.
Forestry England manages and cares for over 1,500 forests for the benefit of people, nature and the economy.
Forestry England required their team at the National Arboretum to be able to communicate effectively during times which involve the use of noisy specialist equipment such as chainsaws and woodchippers.
Having scoped the site and identified the specific issues that needed addressing, it was recommended to deploy Motorola MOTOTRBO R7 digital portable two-way radios. To further ensure effective communication, our specialists further specified Peltor’s WS LiteCom Plus headsets.
“Using the R7 radios with the Peltor headsets means we can now monitor radio messages when carrying out noisy tasks.” He adds “We can also now communicate with the rest of the site and each other using the helmet-to-helmet comms”.
Douglas Weale, Tree Operations Manager, Forestry England Westonbirt.