Intuitive, and easy to use: push to talk via AppTalk (available in our Android and iOS apps), or using Onyx Smart Walkie-Talkies. See live location of teammates, page people you need, switch between talk groups, and more.
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Orion connected devices, applications, and AI-powered services work with Orion’s web-based command center as well as advanced location services, language translation, voice bots, and workflows. Orion’s APIs and SDKs enable developers to build on and extend the Orion platform.
Set up your Orion groups and business automations in minutes, not days.
Orion works on most iOS and Android devices your team already carries.
Ditch your complex and bulky radios and forget about paying for radio licenses.
Advanced encryption, authentication, auditing, and role-based access control.
Connect directly to your business systems, automate your team’s tools and workflows, and translate in real-time.
Reach one, some, or all of your team members with the touch of a button. Switch between groups with the swipe of your finger.
See the real-time location of your team members from directly within the Orion app.
Connect to Orion on any data network, even Wi-Fi, whether your team is across town or across the world.
In the past two years, several initiatives have emerged – including (but not limited to) Apprente, Avaya, AWS, Cisco, Huawei, Microsoft, RingCentral, Orion Labs, Phobio, Plantronics, Voicea (formerly Voicera) and Vonage – that are exploring options in HCI outside the conventional keyboard and touchscreen input for enterprise use cases. Key verticals and use cases for Orion Labs include those that have traditionally relied on PTT and two-way radios, including hospitality, transportation, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, construction and public safety.
Workers in labor-intensive industries, like engineering and construction, face a unique set of challenges on the job. They need the right tools to stay productive, safe, and connected, without disrupting their daily workflows.
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