BYNE, specialists in working with users to make critical operation environments less complicated, have become the latest members of TCCA, the global member-led organisation working for the advancement of critical communications.
Based in Brazil with offices in Florianópolis, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, BYNE’s client base encompasses the Financial, Oil & Gas, Energy, Transportation and Public Safety areas, assisting organisations with highly complex operations.
André Nazário, CEO at BYNE said: “We are focused on the user experience and believe that performing several tasks at the same time does not have to be stressful, rather that excessive tools and platforms make the process complex and susceptible to flaws.
“BYNE’s ControlONE communication, monitoring and control platform integrates radio and telephony, video and messaging systems, so that field teams and operational control centers can communicate, taking advantage of the legacy environment, and promoting a gradual update of technologies. We look forward to working with TCCA and its membership to further enhance research into the user experience and its continuous improvement.”
For public safety, BYNE’s expertise helps to integrate 4G/ LTE cellular network infrastructure with PTT (Push-to-Talk) communication in urban areas via satellite, third-party systems, and dispatch software, with the goal of improving dispatcher performance and productivity through streamlined interfaces and streamlined workflows.
“It is with much pleasure we welcome BYNE to our global member community,” said Kevin Graham TCCA CEO. “Their knowledge of critical industry communications and system integration experience in this region will bring fresh expertise into our international community. We look forward with BYNE’s assistance to extend information exchange in Brazil and more broadly across Latin America.”