DS5800 is a fully-featured dispatcher that works with a single or multi-site IP connect system, providing voice and data services for Kirisun DMR Tier 2 radios system. This dispatcher can monitor audio in real time as well as the position of the terminal radios. It also provides voice recording management and some remote control of radios like check status, monitor, kill and revive. With wide-area networking design, the software can be operated over Internet by multiple dispatchers located anywhere.
In the control center, operators can send and receive private call,
group call and all call .
When an emergency is activated by a subscriber radio, the Dispatch
System will trigger an alarm.
All call, group call and private text message can be sent between
dispatcher software and radio users.
Contact List Management and Quick Access
The contact list allows rapid access and management of portable
radios directly from the main interface. For contact list, you can
rapidly send stun, revive, kill, text message, private call and GPS polling.
All the voice call communication will be recorded. All the recording
can be playback for reviewing the events that have taken place.
The real time location of users and vehicles with digital terminals that
have GPS can be updated in the dispatcher. The location update
interval time can be programmed in each radio by programming
The working regions for a predefined set of radios can be defined
regions on the map. Once the geofencing rule is infringed by any of
the predefined set of radios, a geofencing alarm will be activated in
the dispatch and a call alert will be sent to the subscriber unit.
It supports Google online map.
Location History and Route Playback
The map will save all location information for history location
checking and playback.
DS5800 adopts IP-based and C/S Architecture. This architecture allows the
server, gateway and client dispatcher to deploy through the wide area network.
Support direct communication between dispatcher consoles through Kirisun
DS5800 supports SIP standard protocol to integrate with standard IP-PBX to
achieve voice interconnection between DMR radios and PSTN public phone
network. This feature allows a dispatcher to make and receive telephone calls
through the dispatcher console.