- Siyata’s UV350 is the world’s first and only dedicated in-vehicle, 4G/LTE-capable smartphone specifically designed to ensure safer communications for first responders and professional fleet drivers
- Target markets for the company’s device include an estimated 10 million commercial trucks on America’s roadways and more than 3.5 million emergency and public safety vehicles
- Siyata Mobile Inc. was named in the Venture Top 50 for 2018
Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX.V: SIM) (OTCQX: SYATF), a global developer and provider of cellular communications systems, is responding to a critical need expressed by commercial fleet drivers and their public safety counterparts who need to concentrate on their jobs and not be distracted by antiquated communication systems. Specifically designed to ensure safer communications, Siyata’s Uniden UV350 is the world’s first in-vehicle 4G/LTE smartphone providing crystal clear audio quality via a single unit with built-in, carrier-grade Push-to-Talk, voice, text, video and data applications (http://ibn.fm/6lG4A).
With more than 3.5 million first responder vehicles estimated in the United States alone, an immense market exists for fast, reliable and effective public safety communication. The nation’s pursuit of a dedicated nationwide broadband network for first responders – a critical need made painfully obvious during and after 9/11 – is highlighted in an editorial featuring Siyata Mobile and the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) (http://ibn.fm/i4f46).
Siyata Mobile’s FirstNet Ready Uniden UV350 4G/LTE In-Vehicle Device for Public Safety (http://ibn.fm/5DJQs) is designed for the cabin of fire trucks, ambulances and police squad cars, combining the functions of multiple devices into one. It supports the FirstNet band 14 spectrum and gives public safety subscribers access to the dedicated, physically separate FirstNet network core that provides priority during emergencies.
“Drivers who are operating vehicles, whether it is a first responder vehicle or a commercial truck, need to feel safe while communicating important information,” Siyata Mobile CEO Marc Seelenfreund said in a news release. “The demand for a multi-functioning, in-vehicle device remains strong, especially from those who are required to operate vehicles in demanding situations. The UV350 allows drivers to keep their eyes on the road, and hands on the wheel.”
Commercial fleet drivers are also hampered by numerous distractions in cabin vehicles, which can include various communication devices from different vendors, all of which are burdened with multiple monthly voice and data fees. Siyata’s UV350 can effectively solve those issues for the nearly 10 million commercial vehicles in the U.S. with a cost-effective platform that runs on cellular LTE networking, providing global and nationwide coverage (http://ibn.fm/rx5ej).
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SiyataMobile.com
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