Shaw Earthworks replaced Motorola 2-way radios with AINA Kepler
ABOUT SHAW EARTHWORKS
Shaw Earthworks was founded in 2005 by brothers Brian and Brad Shaw to lead commercial, residential, municipal construction, and utility earthwork for small to medium-sized projects in Maine, USA. Because each of their projects has an immediate impact on the community, the entire Shaw Earthworks family continues to look for new technology and solutions to improve their ability to complete projects on time and within budget.
CHALLENGE: LIMITED BY TRADITIONAL LAND-MOBILE-RADIOS
Geographic limitations of traditional land-mobile-radios (LMR) are common. Fleets of vehicles delivering materials or heavy equipment machines working together on a site often get out of range, leading to a loss in productivity when communication is cut off between team members.
At any given time, Shaw Earthworks has as many as 18 loud construction vehicles grading, trenching, hauling, and handling expensive materials that need to be delivered and installed safely and without incident.
HOW AINA HELPED SHAW EARTHWORKS TO MOVE FROM LOCAL TO NATIONWIDE COVERAGE
Shaw switched to AINA Kepler, an LTE based PoC radio. Kepler provides intuitive voice connectivity by combining the ease-of-use of a traditional 2-way radio in a rugged handheld device with the loud speaker-microphone already built-in. Push a button and it just works. The SIM card-based solution provides nationwide Push-to-Talk and therefore works anywhere your mobile phone works.
Kepler runs on AINA Small Talk. AINA’s Kepler is a modern radio replacement eliminating the need for radio gateways and complicated integrations. With AINA’s Dispatcher Platform you can easily find alternative routes to help avoid traffic delays and reroute staff on the fly. Users who prefer to use Push-to-Talk on their smartphone can communicate in the same talk groups with Kepler users.