Orion Labs’ award winning connected voice platform enhances the way public safety organizations communicate, collaborate, get access to critical information and expand capacity with constrained resources. In addition to our next-generation Push-to-Talk service, Orion also allows for the incorporation of AI-powered voice bots, workflows, and integrations, as well as the ability to interoperate with traditional Land Mobile Radio (LMR) systems, allowing team members to be more effective in their day-to-day operations, wherever the job takes them.
Speak with Orion Labs executives at Booth No. 1610 to learn more about its cloud-based voice platform, AI bot integrations and workflow automations, as well as its wearable push-to-talk (PTT) devices designed for public safety officials.
Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018 (10 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET)
Monday, Oct. 8, 2018 (10 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET)
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 (10 a.m. – 2 p.m. ET)
Booth No. 1610
IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police)
Orange County Convention Center – West Building
9800 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
Product demonstrations include:
Orion Sync™ – Meet the newest addition to Orion’s constellation – Orion Sync – and learn how the device meets the needs of teams in the field who require more than legacy radio systems can provide. Orion Sync is Orion’s first LTE and Wi-Fi-enabled PTT device and is purpose-built to withstand rugged environments that police officers face every day. Weighing just 125 grams, Orion Sync has a lightweight, wearable form factor that enables users to communicate heads-up during mission critical situations.
Orion Voice Bots – Designed for mobile teams, Orion’s voice platform helps public safety teams improve efficiency and connectivity in the field. Through Orion-powered voice bots and voice-driven workflows, team members can easily search a criminal database, exchange information with non-English speaking citizens, request backup, and more – all without taking their eyes off the road or turning away from a suspect. By streamlining operations with voice technology, officers can make better decisions faster, offer greater levels of service to citizens, and improve their own safety.
Orion Radio Bridge – With the Orion Radio Bridge (ORB), public safety agencies currently using traditional Land Mobile Radio (LMR) systems can extend the range of their communication without requiring additional radios or signal-boosting equipment. Teams can also seamlessly expand resource capacity. For example, when there aren’t enough radios available to include volunteer firefighters in talk groups, ORB enables them to join easily using other devices. Through this same interoperability, radio users can activate Orion Voice Bots to get more done with their voice.
Samsung & Orion (DeX desktop environment and Galaxy Watch app) – Orion will demo the Orion application running on the Samsung DeX for Public Safety. With Orion on Samsung DeX for Public Safety, teams can access all the PTT superpowers of Orion. Samsung and Orion will also be providing a demo of the Orion app integrated with the Tizen operating system on the Samsung Galaxy Watch. Stop by the Samsung Booth #1421 and Orion Booth #1610 for the demos.
Meetings are by invitation only. To schedule a press meeting, please contact your Orion representative or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Orion Labs
Orion Labs is transforming the way teams communicate and work using the power of their voice. Orion’s award-winning platform delivers secure, real-time voice communication across a constellation of connected devices, applications, and services. Orion gives mobile teams a heads-up experience that enables them to communicate without losing focus, across any distance, anywhere in the world. Orion recently won the 2018 IoT Wearables Innovation Vendor of the Year Award from IoT Breakthrough, the 2018 Best Overall Bot Platform from AI Breakthrough, and has been recognized as a Hot Vendor by Aragon Research.
The company was founded by cloud infrastructure pioneers Jesse Robbins and Greg Albrecht who were inspired by their experiences using traditional radios as firefighters and EMTs. Orion Labs is backed by leading investors and is based in San Francisco, CA.