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InTouch two-way radios head back to Hillhead

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

InTouch Ltd, the leading supplier of two-way radios to the quarrying industry, is once again heading off to the Hillhead exhibition in Buxton on June 26 – 28.

The communications and innovation business is showcasing TRBOnet Motorola software, which gives the quarrying industry lots of new functionality, such as GPS, one-to-one calling and geofencing. In addition to this, the lone worker functionality is now available for digital radios.

John Walden, managing director of InTouch Ltd, said: “We have been visiting the Hillhead exhibition for more than 20 years now, and it is still the leading exhibition and event for the quarrying industry and showcases all the latest innovation and industry insights.

“Our two-way radios have also been at the forefront of technology and innovation for more than 20 years, and we will keep developing our products for a better and safer work environment.

“We have been working hard on our presence at this year’s Hillhead event and have some new products and functionality to demonstrate. We look forward to seeing old friends and new faces in June.”

John Walden founded InTouch 34 years ago, and now has 20 employees, based in Morecambe, Lancashire. InTouch Ltd is an innovation catalyst for customers and partners, developing robust, high quality intelligent solutions connecting people, assets and information.

InTouch has a nationwide infrastructure, which enables it to service, install and maintain more than 12,000 units of radio rental equipment for customers throughout the UK and Northern Ireland.

In 2010, InTouch Ltd introduced its exclusive and innovative AutoDialler Lone Worker System, which is a safety feature for employees who have to work on their own for periods of time. The radio unit emits a continuous tone every 20 minutes, and if the worker does not respond, the system calls up to five pre-determined telephone numbers to send an alert to advise that the safety of the lone worker on site may be compromised. This has been developed even further for digital technology which allows a caller to contact the lone worker radio via telephone to ensure they are safe.

The business only uses industry-leading Motorola equipment, and offers flexible rental contracts allowing customers to add or remove equipment around their changing business needs.
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