The innovation of push to talk as a solution
The Aircraft Maintenance Team at Japan Airlines replaced their cumbersome walkie talkies, and wired accessories with AINA PTT solution. AINA PTT solution is a new adaptable, lighter Push to Talk solution using Bluetooth Remote Speaker Microphones.
AINA PTT solution is able to offer instant and consistent connection at all times for the team. Making use of the stable mobile network, there is hardly any disconnected during the transmission.
Moreover, customers do not need to invest in extensive training for the new PTT solution. The use of push to talk is intuitive: push a button and talk. The team can leave it alone the rest of the time.
The message comes through to the push to talk device with a clear sound. AINA PTT solution is a handheld device that allows the team to work on their tasks when listening to the information. As a result, the overall communication costs decreased when the productiveness grows.
Watch the video to hear more. The success of Japan Airlines with AINA PTT Solution for the airline and aviation industry.
Benefits of a Push-to-Talk over LTE (PTT) Solution
AINA PTT Voice Responder provide a Bluetooth Remote Speaker Microphone that eliminates the risk of tangled wires. Also, it has excellent noise cancellation, volume output and clear audio functionality which makes communication easy, even in noisy environments. The communication obstacle like being surrounded by loud aircraft engines was wiped out.
The integration of additional functionality between phone and accessory makes the solution highly adaptable to different situations. Use cases and the equipment weight that every worker was required to carry was reduced by about 500g (1lbs). Best of all, compared to the old walkie talkies, Japan Airlines was able to impact their bottom line. The costs per worker drop by a few thousand yen, just by switching over to AINA’s PTT Voice Responders.
Evolving Communication Strategies
Prior to implementing AINA’s PTT solution, some field workers worried that the communication quality would suffer. Japan Airlines did extensive field testing with their maintenance workers to instill trust and confidence in AINA’s solution before rollout.
After using the solution for a while, there was a question on how communication should be further improved. Both the workers and management brought the question forward. Japan Airline talked about development support from AINA and their PTT application partner Aldio. They disclosed that they “really liked the cooperation with our partners and how they reacted quickly to our suggestions and wishes.”