Push to Talk earmuff / peltor for team communication

Improve workplace communication with two way radio in your smartphone

Jun 12, 2024

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Use your smartphone and earmuff for efficient team communication

Use your existing earmuff / headset and add a Push to Talk button so that you and your colleagues can communicate in groups through Push to Talk in GroupTalk. 

3M Peltor WS Alert X is a high-performance headset that combines advanced hearing protection technology with Bluetooth connectivity and a noise-canceling microphone. The hearing protection is designed to provide a comfortable and secure fit during extended periods of use in noisy environments. Hearing protection is commonly used in industrial and construction settings to protect the wearer's hearing from loud and potentially damaging noise levels. 

Our PTT solution allows the wearer in industries such as airports, offshore, construction, ports, events and sports to communicate with others in their team without the need to remove their hearing protection. This can be particularly important in noisy environments where effective communication is critical to safety and productivity. It can also reduce the risk of accidents or injuries by allowing for clear real time communication in high-risk environments.

By using an earmuff together with an external Push to Talk button in GroupTalk, team members can communicate effectively, receive important safety instructions, and stay alert to any potential hazards or emergencies in real time without having to remove their hearing protection. 

In these types of industries, it can be difficult to hear and understand instructions from supervisors or coworkers. This can lead to delays, mistakes, and decreased productivity. Effective group communication helps to ensure that everyone is on the same page and working efficiently towards common goals.

Unlock the full potential of your business with GroupTalk - see the difference it can make for your industry. 

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