Thursday, 15 August 2013

High Motive exhibits at Network Rail Track and Plant Exhibition

If you were at the Network rail Track and plant exhibition held at Marsden, then you most likely saw the High Motive stand.

This was an ideal venue for us to showcase all that is new and exciting in the world of radio communications. We had 3 wide area radio masts on display, the tallest being 80ft, which could be seen from almost anywhere on site. There was a great deal of interest in our new Versaflow respirator compatible DECT COM II system. This allows those working in dusty environments,such as ballast brushing ,stone drops and stone blowers to have full duplex communications, whilst at the same time wearing the the versaflow respirator helmet. 

High Motive has also recently been awarded a framework agreement by Network rail for us to update and re-program all of Network Rails DECT COM kits to our standard. The exhibition was a great opportunity for us as a company to meet Network Rail staff and discuss how we can improve their duplex communications.

The High Motive stand

Free burgers and soft drinks were served all day , making our stand somewhat of a hub for weary exhibition goers, which also gave us the opportunity to showcase our new onsite Wifi systems.

Wifi access was free to anyone making a donation to Help for Heroes, a charity which we are very proud to support.

All in all is was a very successful exhibition for us. Thanks to everyone who came to the stand to visit us, we look forward to working with you soon. 

High Motive wins second Network Rail Framework agreement

We at high motive are very pleased to announce that we have just won a Network Rail framework agreement to re-program and update all of Network Rail's Dect Com II kits to our standard. We will be covering the South of the UK with Site Link covering the North and Scotland.

This is a fantastic opportunity to make the DECT duplex system consistent across the industry. Having a consistent simple system in place, that everyone knows how to use will greatly benefit the safety of machine controllers.