PT Keretapi Commuter Indonesia (KCI) Indonesia

The rapid pace of urbanisation puts added pressure on already strained infrastructure – peak-time commuting in major cities are seeing more overcrowding, safety and security concerns. Commonly known as KRL, the commuter rail system for the Jakarta Metropolitan Area in Indonesia covers a rail network of 418 kilometers with 76 stations and supports over a million of daily commuters. Through a connected railway, KCI ensures reliable communications, efficient operations, improved safety and security, but the blind spots in many of its rail stations have been a constant hindrance for their trunked radio service. By implementing the Virtual Trunk solution in their Security and Service Operations, they could resolve these blind spots and extend a wider coverage via the telecommunication base stations, thus making it easier for the Control Center to monitor security personnel and look out for safety incidents.

Solutions: D’Call IoT Terminal VT12W, VT26W


GRAB Indonesia

Car-sharing economy is seeing a widespread popularity which mitigates the problem of limited public transportation. GRAB is a technology company offering ride-hailing transport services, food delivery and payment solutions in several Asian countries. Since June 2018, GRAB has been collaborating with the business/commercial unit of the Indonesia Police known as INKOPOL to provide transportation services at the Soekarno-Hatta Airport (SHIA). While the GRAB-Airport Partnership offers planning, reliability and total cost advantages, the Virtual Trunk solution deployed at SHIA offers a better way to communicate and coordinate the hectic logistics of matching ride availability to varying demand at the Terminals and car pool areas.

Solutions: D’Call IoT Terminal VT36, VT12