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Vehicle Intercom systems (VIS) - tough and tested with over 150,000 systems in service around the world. The no.1 choice of in military vehicle intercom systems.
We have developed a modular approach to Vehicle Intercom Systems that provides customers with a complete capability across a wide spectrum of platform types and functions, ranging from light vehicles to heavy armour and command centres, enabling safe, secure, fast and reliable voice and data communications.
Our Vehicle Intercom Systems (VIS) are built to full military specifications and with a high level of battle damage resilience
Not only are they tough, but they are reliable, easy to use even with gloves on, and backwards compatible. We have VIS options with IP-based connectivity using VoIP, Selective Calling and more!
We also know some of our customers prefer non-VoIP based solutions such as our bullet proof ROVIS and LV2.
You may recognise the AN/VIC-3 and AN/VIC-5 products from years gone by when it was a joint venture between Northrop Grumman and Cobham Intercoms.
A lot has changed since the early 2010s and now the AN/VIC products are sold by Chelton who Cobham Intercoms became absorbed within.
Chelton has recently launched a new product to provide VoIP functionality and much more to its Vehicle Intercom Systems.
The Tactical Gateway Interface (TGI) is compatible with our popular range of Vehicle Intercom Systems, including TacG2 (AN/VIC-5), ROVIS (AN/VIC-3) and the Light Vehicle Variant (LV2). The TGI extends connectivity outside of the vehicle allowing for communication through terminal, switch and routing.
The Chelton Tactical Gateway Interface (TGI) is a robust IP communication device designed for tactical networks. The device can be used for several purposes, such as SIP phone, router, and SHDSL modem, which makes it highly versatile for various field/tactical communication needs. The TGI simply interfaces directly with Chelton intercom systems via the radio port, opening up a variety of potential connectivity solutions using modern IP connectivity, or field wire operation.