Reliable communication is crucial for effective and responsive security operations. Without effective ways for staff to communicate with each other, it is not possible for them to deliver a robust security net for their client. Two-way radios facilitate direct real-time voice communication between guards, supervisors, and controllers, improving collaboration of different teams and increasing their ability to swiftly respond to emerging threats.

Unlike mobile phones, two-way radio systems for security provide wide-area coverage with no frustrating dead spots, even underground or inside buildings, and operate reliably in emergencies.


With a two-way radio, security personnel are never alone

In this kind of jobs, you never know when you can have some setback that isolates you or when you’re going to need reinforcements. Not having a communication tool like walkie talkies would force you to face the situation alone.

Provide instant communications

Unlike what happens with mobile phones, with a mobile two-way radio you do not need to call and expect that someone answers. This communication tool allows you to communicate with your team members simply by pressing a button.

Securing sensitive data

Security teams often work with sensitive information and it essential that their conversations remain private. Recorded conversations, which are invaluable evidence for the police, can be encrypted to ensure that it remains secure from interception or tampering.

Reduce long-term costs

Security officers often work outdoors in challenging weather, so it is vital that two-way radios and body worn cameras can withstand being exposed to the elements. Rugged, reliable, and waterproof, our communication solutions can withstand unpleasant weather and deliver consistent high performance in any outdoor situation.

Improve collaboration between teams

There is more to effective security than having visible guards on the ground. Many security operations rely on unseen staff, such as CCTV operators or plain-clothed officers, who work behind the scenes to assess potential risks and liaise with the uniformed colleagues when direct action is required. A two-way radio system with noise cancelling features gives all personnel the tools they need to quickly liaise with colleagues, so that they can collaborate to address problems before they get out of hand.