TASSTA, a company focused on applications that provide smartphones with two-way radio like capabilities and allow their users to communicate with those on TETRA and DMR networks, has joined TCCA, the global representative organisation for the critical communications ecosystem.
TASSTA provides voice communications, emergency solutions, messaging and data transfers through a Push-To-Talk (PTT) solution that leverages consumer smartphones’ technical capabilities. The company’s full solution comprises individual, group and priority calls, messaging including data transfer, voice recording, GPS and in-house tracking, alarm, emergency solutions and many other features.
Hanover is where TASSTA’s headquarters are located and the company also has offices in Brazil, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the USA. TASSTA has developed its technology based on its team’s experience of working in the professional mobile radio (PMR) market and with major TETRA providers in different projects all over the world.
“TASSTA, as a critical communication provider, needs to be a member of TCCA. For us it is important to be up to date about prominent events in the communications sector and not to miss innovative developments in the technology and smartphone world,” said TASSTA’s CEO Kaveh Hosseinzadeh. “We act worldwide so we have to stay informed and aligned with TCCA.”
“With the ongoing strength of TETRA and the steady development of critical broadband solutions, we are pleased to welcome TASSTA to TCCA as a centre of expertise in connecting users of both technologies, and look forward to learning from their experiences,” said TCCA chief executive Tony Gray.
Author: Sam Fenwick