Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, production companies have seen the need for wireless communication systems growing. Now that they are working with other half-distance control, it is even more challenging to work together efficiently in a production environment. The use of a wireless duplex communication system, such as AXIWI®, then offers a solution. Wireless headsets allow colleagues to communicate clearly and stay in touch with each other despite the noise of the machinery.
Efficient group communication
Wireless communication systems are used in production companies to communicate easily and quickly with each other. Whether it concerns conversations between colleagues with the same tasks, or different disciplines, between one or more departments, it is possible to work more securely and more efficiently while guaranteeing the quality of the work processes.
Training ‘trainees’ with plant tour headsets
Communication systems are also used to train personnel in production environments. Before the corona crisis, a trainer and trainee were able to stand close to each other. This is not possible for the time being. By using a wireless communication system, the trainer can instruct the trainee hands-free via a headset, while respecting the distance measure of 1.5 meters. After a given instruction, colleagues can each work at a different location and still regularly ‘check in’ (read: listen in) with each other to hear if everything is going well and possibly give feedback.
Also after the corona crisis
Companies working with duplex communication systems react positively. It is nice not to have to raise your voice continuously and to be able to check how things are going together remotely, without having to leave your workplace immediately. The quality of the headsets and good hearing protection also contribute to a safer workplace.
Duplex communication systems are used for many more communication purposes. Think of guided tours, congresses, meetings, simultaneous translation, calamities and in sports; for coaching and mutual contact of referees during matches.