Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) Malaysia
Many decisions that governments make concern policy and resource allocation. As the city council, the Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) is always seeking better ways to administer regulations and infrastructure for improved services to the Kuala Lumpur residents. By opting for Virtual Trunk communication system, the DBKL realised substantial annual savings including 12,500 ringgits for repeater licenses and 90,000 ringgits for Antenna Tower rental. They also achieved a wider coverage and GPS tracking of users, as well as image and video recordings to support evidential statements during emergencies.
Brussels City Guards Belgium
Traffic congestion is an alarming problem and it has been growing exponentially on a global scale. Since indiscriminate car parking is a major contributor, the Brussels City Guards under the Municipal Council of Brussels need a more effective mean of reporting parking offences, issuing tickets to traffic offenders and providing public surveillance. A new communication system on Virtual Trunk became the answer they have been looking for. The benefits are plenty: wide area coverage with no setup costs, ability to send images to the Command Centre, GPS tracking of users, and dynamic grouping whenever the user base changes.