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Check Out Our New Radio Base Station at IWCE 2024 in Orlando

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Our team at Leonardo never misses the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE)—and we're excited more than ever to exhibit and present at this year's expo in Orlando. Here's why.

At Our Booth

We're unveiling the world's most advanced true multi-mode LMR radio base station: the ECOS-E DTA 7000. It's a game-changer for end-users and partner resellers dedicated to providing the most dependable critical communications networks possible.

Want to check out its plug-and-play ease? The technology behind it? And how it will significantly advance the land mobile radio sphere?

Swing by our booth (1115) during the expo, March 25-28.

In the meantime, here are some benefits of Leonardo's ECOS-E DTA 7000 radio base station.

  • True multi-mode solution, supporting DMR,  P25 Phase 1
  • Designed for plug-and-play simplicity
  • Hassle-free simulcast
  • Web-based programming, eliminating the need for a software configurator
  • Built-in resiliency and redundancy for the reliability of your communications network
  • Built-in firewall for enhanced security
  • Automatic configuration management system that simplifies the buildout of a large fleet of repeaters

And of course, it's backed by the best guarantee in the industry:

  • 10-Year Non-Obsolescence
  • 5-Year Parts & Labor Warranty
  • A commitment to interoperability and open standards 

On The Stage

In addition to being on the expo floor, we'll be on a transportation panel too.

Catch Leonardo's Area Manager Giacomo Bergamini on Thursday, March 28 at 10:50 am in Room W230C. The name of the panel: All Aboard the FRMCS Express! Navigating the Future of Railway Communications.

Along with three other panelists, Giacomo will discuss Future Railway Communications Systems (FRMCS) and its future-proof design. You'll learn:

  • Efforts toward standardization and global compatibility for seamless operations
  • Insights into how FRMCS fosters interoperability among diverse systems
  • Strategies for transitioning from GSM-R to FRMCS: timelines, challenges, and best practices.

Looking forward to seeing you in Orlando!