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Two-Way Radios for Marine

Two-way radios play a vital part in the safety of all mariners who venture out on the water, whether offshore or on inland waterways.

Two-way radios for Marine and offshore businesses is vital as it plays a huge part in the safety of all mariners who venture out on the water, whether offshore or on inland waterways.

VHF marine radios are used for a variety of purposes including; contacting harbours & marinas, summoning rescue services or ship-to-shore and ship-to-ship communication.

DTS.Solutions (U.K) have the knowledge and experience to assist you when choosing the right radio for your specific application. By getting to know how you work and what your working environment is like, we can recommend which radios are perfect for you.

DTS can support the offshore industry as we are a well-established, ATEX rated approved supplier. We supply a wide range of products to suit our customers’ requirements and our very competitive rates have gained us long standing, loyal clients from all over the country.

On top of the ‘Five Cs of Communication’ Coverage, Capacity, Cost, Control and Capabilities you have additional factors to consider when choosing a Marine radio.

The range of two-way radios we offer to this industry is vast! We cater for all budgets and requirements and offer an extensive range of accessories. The radios we have on offer give a rugged and durable solution to cope with the harshest conditions, offering full site coverage. We also offer radios that are dust resistant and waterproof which are extremely popular within this sector as they extend equipment life.

At DTS we offer site surveys for all industries. Contact our sales team for further information about these and the above!

Case Study

MOTOTRBO for search & rescue

Lowland Rescue is a self-financing organisation comprised of more than 1800 highly trained volunteers that are called upon by local Police Search Advisors (POLSAs) to provide search management and physical search for high risk missing persons – typically those with dementia, the despondent or suicidal and missing children. For the past 25 years the Association of Lowland Search & Rescue’s (ALSAR) teams have worked ‘from hill to high water’ alongside Mountain Rescue, Cave Rescue, RNLI and other registered UKSAR assets providing Search & Rescue support to the emergency services.

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