Daeyoun Selects Softil Technology for Mission-Critical Terminals
Tuesday, September 18, 2018 | Comments

Softil’s client framework technology was selected for a new generation of Daeyoun System communications terminals and signal control systems to bring operational improvements to the Seoul, South Korea, subway.

“After careful evaluation, we decided on Softil’s BEEHD technology for our new rail communications systems because of the firm’s proven track record in advanced high-speed rail networks,” said Daeyoun’s CEO. “With BEEHD onboard, Daeyoun’s new MCC systems will ensure richer communications in a more effective and secure manner both for day-to-day operations and during emergencies.”

Daeyoun will use Softil’s client framework to develop the new terminals. The new smart terminals will be key to improving day-to-day Seoul metro operations. The added capabilities of mission-critical communications (MCC) over Long Term Evolution (LTE) and 5G will also prove priceless in case of emergencies enabling features such as push-to-talk (PTT) speech, video and mapping to increase efficiency, accuracy and speed of response.

With the move to deploy MCC over LTE and 5G communications for railroads and first responder operations day-to-day and emergency operations of all the different agencies involved using the same technology connected over the same network will become better coordinated and more efficient.

The Softil Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Release 13 – 15-compliant client software development kit (SDK) implementation is commercially deployed in Korea.

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