Respond to issues immediately while staying mobile and productive by using these handheld two-way radios. Often used for tactical or operational coordination, two-way radios enable communication between employees or team members who are in different areas of a worksite. Also called walkie-talkies, they provide instant communication across one or more channels and are ideal for use where cell phones can't be used or mobile signals might drop out.
The signals on indoor radios can penetrate most interior barriers such as walls, floors, and furnishings. Good for use in office buildings and warehouses, these radios allow employees to stay in contact with others on a different floor or at the opposite end of a building to respond to issues immediately.
Communicate at long ranges in outdoor settings where there are minimal barriers between users. The signals of these radios can penetrate through trees and other natural obstacles, but they are weakened or blocked by manmade structures. They're commonly used by construction workers, groundskeepers, farmers, security and public safety teams, and traffic control staff in airports and harbors.