Mutualink sells a variety of components to solve your most complex communication challenges. Our technology—software and hardware—can be applied to thousands of individual scenarios to suit the varying needs of your end users. We consult with clients to select the right system components for each situation. Whether you are most concerned with school shootings, active shooter technology, on-site gun detection, push-to-talk capability or police panic buttons, we can assist.
Our Gateways are powerful tools you can use to connect disparate communications systems and devices allowing users to communicate that otherwise would not have that ability. Choose among telephone, radio, video, and sensor gateway solutions built to create secure connections between systems.
Available as virtual, physical or a combination of both, Mutualink gateways can involve both tangible hardware and cloud-based software. These Gateways provide easy connectivity among radio equipment via ISSI — critically important to police and security forces who may also use push to talk, MCPTT and OTT PTT.
Our goal is to make communication faster, easier and more complete, so the good guys win — every time.
Your workstation is your command central for your security system. When someone in your organization hits the panic alarm button, information immediately begins to appear on your screen live, including texts, voice communications, surveillance videos, radio communications and more.
Our system brings all communications into one single dashboard. And these communications are also viewable to others in your network who may be using phones, radios, laptops or other devices.
We offer several workstations, including a desktop, portable and rugged workstation for those fighting disasters on the go, in remote locations or on rough terrain. The technology allows you to see and monitor multiple incidents simultaneously and access maps that can help you pinpoint locations at facilities or check traffic situations - invaluable information in a disaster or when a staff member activates a panic alarm button. Each device weighs between four and six pounds for easy portability and comes with a one-year warranty.