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  1. Rail
  2. Road
  3. Ports
  4. Airports
  5. Energy
  6. Public Safety

We devise solutions to the problems facing all railway station managers that need to coordinate passenger information through platform CIS monitors and anouncements with information from maintenance engineers using GSM-R, radio and emergency services on TETRA. The operator has touch screen control over all networks including CCTV and station Help Points and is able to have total confidence in the TDM system connecting all services by NIS and VoiP. The network can stretch beyond the station environment and even into the depth of the world’s longest tunnel, the new Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland.

Today’s motorways and highways are dangerous environments where a rapid response to a situation is often critical. Over 90% of the Swiss road network depends on our roadside emergency telephones which connect stranded motorists with a central office. Our system can allow base operators not just to speak directly to the roadside caller but to observe the situation via remote control CCTV. The operator is able to connect to the emergency services via the TETRA network and even place them in direct contact with the motorist.

We can create fully integrated communications systems that allow port operators to remotely control and coordinate complex working environments. Our versatile systems are able to operate passenger information and public address systems as well as facilitating communications between dockside managers, access points and shipping. No two ports are identical but in collaborating with port operators we can provide a communications system which meets the precise needs of a given location.

Handling high volume passenger flow is a key part of the TDM portfolio. We meet the need for high vigilance in security conscious environments and the requirement for reliable customer information from car park to airport gate. We create site specific systems which provide a communications network that puts a central operator in control of the passenger information as well as the ability to coordinate airside engineers and emergency services.

For large industrial complexes such as oil refineries and gas terminals, we offer central management of access points, public address systems and CCTV as well as remote environmental monitoring such as fire detection and accompanying alarm systems. This enables a high level of security to be maintained in large high risk areas.

Our leading edge technology operates very effectively to maintain public safety in urban city centres. As well as providing a network of public information Help Points we are also able to install monitoring systems that can detect environmental events such as landslides, fire, and flood which can be combined with a public address system to play pre-recorded emergency warnings. Central operators can also coordinate emergency services while monitoring situations on CCTV.

Help Points

Help Points

HELP POINTS The Help Point from TDM allows you to provide information and assistance directly to your customers from remote locations. The Help Points are provided in a variety of styles to suit the installation environment and offer a choice of functions. With many installations in the UK, Switzerland, across mainland Europe and beyond, TDM’s Help Points are tried and tested, and offer a reliable and quality solution. Our Help Points can be installed in a variety of locations including: Rail Platforms, Waiting Rooms & Waiting Shelters Airport Arrivals & Departures Special Assistance Desks Railway Station and Airport Car Parks Multi-storey Car Parks Sport Stadiums Urban City Centres University Campuses & Colleges Public and National Parks Shopping Centers and Malls The Help Points from Trans Data Management have been designed to meet The Equality Act's (2010; previously known as Disability Discrimination Act) requirements and can be fitted with braille overlays and Ampetronic hearing loops. TDM offers interactive, multi-media and standard Help Points that use a range of technologies; VoIP, GSM, ISDN and PSTN, which are all vandal and weather resistant. The Help Point is also available in a two-button or a three-button format. In the simplest configuration any telephone (analogue or ISDN) or GSM cellular phone can be used to receive the calls. On larger systems the use of a centralised unit is highly recommended. If you are interested in how we can create a Help Point solution for you, please click here to request a call-back or a quote Standard Two Button Help Point TDM’s Standard Two Button Help Point is available in GSM, PSTN, ISDN formats. These Help Points are able to provide information and assistance directly to the customer. The Standard Two Button Help Point offers a reliable and high-quality solution, which able to be applicable across multiple industries. Download Standard Two Button DatasheetDatasheet Standard Three Button Help Point TDM’s Three Button Help Point offers a third auto dial option to the public. As well as providing the public with information and emergency assistance, the third button can easily be configured to a number of scenarios, including ‘Next Train’ and ‘Samaritan help’ options. Download Three Button Help Point DatasheetDatasheet WebCIS Help Point TDM’s WebCIS Help Point brings more information to the customer. The Help Point is able to provide passenger information and assistance as well as offering real-time data such as train running times. The WebCIS Help Point is the reliable wireless solution for communication and data transmission via GSM and is ideally suited for all applications where a fixed network connection is not available or where setting up such a line would prove too costly. Download WEB CIS MultiMedia Help Point DatasheetDatasheet Interactive Help Point TDM’s Interactive Help Point with multi-touch technology supplies real-time information to the travelling public. The multimedia and touch-screen Help Points have an integrated PC equipped with an Ethernet interface for the data transmission from a centralised data server for “add-on” information such as, train timetable updates, tourist information, website and marketing functions. Download Interactive Help Point Datasheet Vela Help Point TDM's smallest Help Point offers an excellent solution where space is at a premium. The Vela Help Point has a compact design, and is a cost effective option that provides the features, benefits and reliability expected of a TDM Help Point. Available for both GSM and VoIP technologies, the Vela Help Point is simple to install in most locations, indoors and outdoors, the unit is robust and weather proof, and can be branded with company colours and logos. Download Vela Help Point Datasheet /
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Call Points

Call Points

TDM's Call Points allow you to provide information and assistance directly to your customers from remote locations. The Call Points are provided in a variety of styles to suit the installation environment /
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ROC Telephone

ROC Telephone

ROC Telephone TDM’S ROC GSM-R Telephone allows for operation in remote areas, transferring voice and data via GSM-R networks when there is no existing landline connection. The ROC Telephone is /
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NIS Operating Terminals

NIS Operating Terminals

NIS is a third-generation communication system that combines a variety of communication services and third-party applications in a single system. It is used primarily for safety-critical applications, /
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Gateways-2

Gateways-2

Gateways With a comprehensive list of Gateways TDM's NIS platform can integrate multiple systems operating via different technologies: Network gateway - with telephony connections to /
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NIS Comnode

NIS Comnode

NIS Comnode The ComNode (Communication Node) is the server at the core of TDM's NIS system. The ComNode transfers calls and is also responsible for supplying the Operator/Dispatcher /
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Components

Components

Components TDM's Help Points & Emergency Phones can be supplied using the technology best suited to the installation, the most current and prevailing technologies in use are largely /
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