Z przyjemnością informujemy, że na 34. Targach ENERGETAB 2021 otrzymaliśmy wyróżnienie za produkt: Licznik energii elektrycznej OTUS z modemem TRAM z LTE cat. M1 na 450 MHz.


Inteligentny licznik energii elektrycznej OTUS jest produktem firmy Apator SA. My wyposażamy go w modem komunikacyjny TRAM.

Modem TRAM wprowadza pierwiastek telekomunikacyjny do licznika OTUS, stając się jego integralną częścią. Podstawową funkcją urządzenia jest zapewnienie zdalnego dostępu do licznika, czyli możliwość zestawienia dwukierunkowego łącza telekomunikacyjnego do wykonywania operacji takich jak: odczyt danych pomiarowych, konfiguracja planów taryfowych, odbiór alarmów czy sterowanie strażnikiem mocy. W nagrodzonym urządzeniu został zainstalowany modem TRAM, w którym dostęp radiowy jest możliwy w oparciu o technologię LTE cat. M-1 oraz NBIoT. Dodatkowo praca w częstotliwości 450 MHz czyni urządzenie unikalnym rozwiązaniem na rynku, doskonale wpisując się w potrzeby energetyki.

 

energetab 2021

 

13 września 2021 obchodziliśmy jubileusz trzydziestolecia działania. Naszym Klientom, Współpracownikom, dotychczasowym i aktualnym Pracownikom oraz Członkom Zarządu składamy wielkie podziękowania.

For the fourth time, we took part in a cyclical conference organized by Targi Lublin. This time it was organized in Depułtycze Królewskie near Chełm. An element of the Fair was to be demonstrations of equipment and Border Guard officers. For organizational reasons, it was limited to the conference and exhibition parts. During the event, we mainly promoted the DGT PTT Connect system.

Energa Operator is the first Distribution System Operator in Poland whose telecommunications system, together with the TETRA system, meets the requirements of the NC ER European Commission network codes. Energa Operator has just completed work related to the adaptation of the dispatch communication system to these standards. The codes define the requirements for crisis situations and the rules related to the reconstruction of the energy system after a possible extensive failure.

The dispatching system operating in Energa Operator consists of: a telephone subsystem based on telecommunications servers, a radio subsystem for cooperation with the TETRA radiocommunication network, a subsystem for recording and archiving telephone and radio calls, dispatcher consoles and dispatcher tablets, enabling dispatchers to have mobile communication.

As part of the modernization works, 77 dispatch consoles, headsets and footswitches for PTT (Push-To-Talk) radio connections were replaced with the latest version. New dispatch consoles with a dispatcher application enable quick access to telephone, radio and other functionalities provided by the integrated communication system. As part of the modernization, statistical and billing software was also adjusted to the requirements of NC ER network codes. The modernization works were carried out by DGT.

 
 

Delivery and launching of the DGT IPnova communication server with DGT Asystent software as part of the Asseco Data Systems construction for the Togolese Republic - the first institution in this country responsible for cyber security.
DGT devices support the French language and support the operation of the National Security Center, enabling 24/7 reporting of cybercrime threats by citizens and enterprises.

Before the end of the year, we completed a project to modernize the radio system of the retransmission station for the Pomeranian Voivodship Office in Gdańsk. The task included, among others design and installation of a radio gate with a dedicated base radio, installation of antennas, power supplies and the necessary infrastructure. The gate was attached to the DGT MCS integrated dispatch communication system used by PUW. It is available remotely from the dispatcher station (DGT 5810 dispatcher console with touch screen) used in the Voivodship Crisis Management Center.

The implemented project is called: "Software-defined, universal radio interface for intelligent devices of the Internet of Things". It is implemented by a consortium based on the Gdańsk University of Technology and DGT.

The project has been divided into three stages. The first and second part are, respectively, industrial research and development works conducted jointly by scientists from the Gdańsk University of Technology and DGT employees, while the third part is pre-implementation works which will be carried out only by the consortium leader - DGT.

The radio interface, called DUCH IoT, will be used to expand existing or implement new Internet of Things devices. The Internet of Things is one of the most dynamically developed areas of technology currently and concerns devices that collect and process data, and implement radio communication.

The project's budget is PLN 10 million, of which funding obtained through the National Center for Research and Development competition under the Intelligent Development Operational Program exceeds PLN 8 million.

We invite you to discover our new product - Universal Workstation DGT 5810-12. The DGT 5810-12 workstation is a ready-made kit for organizing any workplace that requires a reliable interface to conduct tasks in an interactive way. The set is a professional, efficient and noiseless all-in-one computer with an integrated additional monitor. Please click the link to know more about the Station.

DGT supports the services and institutions fighting the Covid-19 epidemic. We provide DGT PTT Connect software for free for use during a pandemic.

DGT PTT Connect is a Push-To-Talk solution. For audio and video connections, you can use smartphones with both Android and iOS. DGT PTT Connect implements all the functionalities available in digital radio systems, and also allows video connections in group mode and quick upload of photos in high resolution or other files such as plans, maps, diagrams.

The system has been awarded many times, including by the Chief Police Commander and Chief Commander of the Border Guard. The system has recently been made available to Polish mountain rescuers working on the slopes of Mount Kazbek in Georgia

DGT made its DGT PTT Connect dispatch communication system available to mountain rescuers working on the slopes of Kazbek Mount in Georgia. The Polish MEDYK RESCUE TEAM Foundation has included our system in the communication means used in the Bezpieczny Kazbek (Safe Kazbek) project. DGT PTT Connect has been tested and implemented. As Marcin Błeński, head of the Medical Rescue Team, let us know, "DGT PTT Connect is a useful tool."

The Bezpieczny Kazbek (Safe Kazbek) project consists of maintaining a seasonal emergency service and outpatient base (at an altitude of 3653 m above sea level). The Foundation cooperates with the Polish Embassy in Tbilisi and Georgian rescuers. The project has been under the patronage of the Polish Mountaineering Association and the Polish Mountaineering Support Foundation named after Jerzy Kukuczka. Annually, rescuers provide assistance in almost 300 situations. They carry out dozens of medical evacuations and several rescue expeditions.

In 2019 DGT PTT Connect received the awards of the Chief Commander of the Border Guard (Border Laurel) and the Chief Police Commander (Bronze Police Star).

 

DGT will implement the project entitled Construction of the Integrated Communication Subsystem of the State Emergency Medical Support Command System (PZŁ SWD PRM) by the end of 2020.

The project includes two tasks.

The first one is the creation of the independent SWD PRM Integrated Communications Subsystem for the purposes of receiving voice requests only for the 999 emergency number and for internal voice communication between the Medical Dispatcher and the Emergency Number Operator, voivodship emergency medical coordinators, dispatchers of other emergency services, emergency medical teams, as well as communication between Medical Dispatchers in Medical Dispatches and registration and archiving of voice chat records.

The second task includes the integration, with the PZŁ SWD PRM built in the first task, of existing radio communication systems which are used by the State Emergency Medical Service in particular voivodships.

Dispatchers will use the modern and ergonomic DGT DCA application, which will be installed on nearly 400 DGT 5810-10 Dispatcher Consoles. Using the application, a Dispatcher will be able to make phone calls, radio correspondence and listen to recorded calls.

PZŁ SWD PRM will have a capacity to service a minimum of 12 M telephone calls per year.

We invite you to discover our new product - Dispatch Miniconsole DGT 5810-15 with DCA application.

The product belongs to the group of DGT dispatch consoles and is the smallest in terms of dimensions. Thanks to the increased readability (LCD panel), intuitive and convenient operation (touch screen), the use of mini-console is easy and ergonomic. Please click the link for details about the Miniconsole DGT 5810-15.