Export Sales Manager
Sara Isoardo joined Radio Activity in 2012 as Export Sales Manager to explore a new technical and commercial world in the PMR field. She graduated in Telematics Engineering in 2006 and attended an Executive Master in International Business in 2012. Right after graduation, Mrs Isoardo begun her professional career at Siemens, where she conducted testing activities, such as design, host and integration tests for GSM (Radio Access network)/UMTS networks, to continue at Nokia Siemens Networks later.
In her current position, Mrs Isoardo manages all the commercial relationships with international customers and distributors, and develops all business plans for each contact. She is responsible for addressing and resolving any possible issues, as well as exploring and developing new market opportunities. She also enjoys leading promotional activities for new products and solutions’ launches, through onsite and remote trainings and presentations
Thursday 2 May: 3.30pm-4.00pm
Critical communications infrastructure — new system architectures and features available in the analog to digital transition
This presentation will examine some interesting case studies of system solutions for railway, oil and gas and rescue applications, highlighting unique features like simulcast operation, multi-protocol availability (analog/DMR/P25/POCSAG), PTP synchronisation over Ethernet for tunnels and in-building coverage, RF-link connectivity among different sites and the benefits of powerful remote control tools. In these case studies, we will describe how the customer’s radio communications needs were addressed, maintaining the same analog architecture and operating mode in the transition while adding the benefits of a digital system.
Attendees will learn about:
- the benefits of a simulcast functioning not only in analog, but available in digital mode as well, with different types of links (IP/RF and mixed IP/RF);
- methods for increasing redundancy and reliability both at a site and at a network level; and
- the advantage of the applicability of the simulcast concept to business and mission critical users.