Clear-Com Showcases Its Latest Intercom & Connectivity Tools at ISE 2016

Published Date : Feb 12, 2016

Wireless intercoms offer improved communication with the added advantage of mobility. The rapid growth across the infrastructure sector owing to the expansion of population across urban areas has driven the need for robust security and communication solutions. Compared to a wired intercom, wireless intercom help decrease the initial cost of installation by nullifying the wiring requirement. Through advanced encryption technologies and multiple channels, wireless intercom also offers privacy during conversation and is hence preferred by security and surveillance purposes. 

Transportation and Logistics to Drive Demand for Wireless Intercom

The wireless intercom market has been segmented into event management, retail, security and surveillance, hospitality, transportation and logistics, and others. The security and surveillance segment dominates the overall market. Most infrastructure facilities use wireless intercoms to monitor crowds and secure facilities. The demand for wireless intercoms from the transportation and logistics segment is expected to increase in the coming years. 

Market Players Focussing on Innovation

Some of the key players in the global wireless intercom market are Sena Technologies, RTS Telecom, Telephonic Corporation, Riedel Communications GmbH & Co KG, Panasonic Corporation, and Commend International GmbH. Clear-Com, one of the key players in the global wireless intercom market has recently shown its latest intercom and connectivity tools at ISE 2016. The tools include a new wireless intercom system, digital network partyline platform, connectivity devices or linking intercom and audio systems, and a mobile app for remote access to an intercom system. The mobile app Agent-IC offers users of Eclipse-HX Matrix intercom systems remote access from an iPad or iPhone over Wi-Fi/ IP, 3G, and 4G networks. The app provides highly effective intercom panel for teams spread across wide areas using portable handheld devices.