Now We Have a Prototype.

Maybe it sounds too passionate; and someone can remember the Bruce Willis' popular message "Now I have a machine gun. Ho-Ho-Ho" from the "Die Hard" movie. But we really proud to present something that we can take in hands, to install into the vehicle, and to test properly. That's it.


This experimental device already has some essential features, which distinguish it from conventional LMR transceivers, as following:

  • It can connect to other devices as well as to dispatcher software via various networks;
  • It provides real time two-way (duplex) voice communication with digital quality;
  • It provides an opportunity of selective call;
  • It has no outer antenna at all;
  • It fits 1 DIN standard for mounting into the dashboard;
  • It may be powered (in car) by the extensive range of voltage from 10v to 26v DC;
  • It has also built-it backup system with battery;
  • If you did not catch the last message of your correspondent, you may press the repeat button and listen to it;
  • And, by the way, any distance is not a problem since network already covers 90% of the Earth population.

So, our terminal, in comparison with commonly used technologies, is simpler to install, is more user-friendly, and it has superior characteristics.

Of course, we are not going to rest on our laurels. After proper tests, we plan to integrate the terminal with the existing dispatcher software. Also, we are working on infrastructure. Follow us and learn more about our project:

We've developed the Terminal to replace outdated LMR transceivers and to create a new communication ecosystem!

Currently LMR consumer groups mostly use analog conventional and trunked radio, which have a number of flaws, such as a limited range of communication, a need for power amplifiers and bulky antennas, an unstable signal quality, and so on. These systems also tend to irrational use of frequency resources, and they are not eco-friendly.

However, LMR market ratings show at least 2 billion dollars a year of profit from sales of new devices. Why have people bought these expensive radios for 100 years? Because of 3 simple advantages. First, it allows you to broadcast. Second, it provides an instant connection. Third, it is easy to use. Push one button and talk to all groups. We are going to transplant these advantages onto a new technical platform.

We've developed and patented the Terminal and the System to replace outdated LMR transceivers, which are now using for group communication (taxis, construction etc). Our device digitizes voice, and sends it via data network. We've developed voice compression and reliable transmission technology  that allows devices to be integrated with existing software, and to create an entire ecosystem of devices and interacting apps.

Our device resembles standard radio and it is as simple to use, but it is based on new innovative technologies. As a result, users get best quality and new features, while getting rid of many drawbacks of traditional radio.

New Short Video Presentation of TreeTalk (LLC) (3 min, YouTube, in English).

Short Video Presentation of TreeTalk (LLC) (3 min, YouTube, in English).

7-Slide PPT Presentation of TreeTalk on SLIDESHARE (7 slides, in English).

PPT Presentation of TreeTalk (LLC) (.ppt, 7slides, in English).

Get rid of noise, interference, restrictions, antennas, and cables!

Create your own flexible groups of subscribers with our web front-end, and just talk!

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Our news:

28 nov 2015

Prototype of web front-end is deployed for private beta testing: http://tree-talk.com/pix/TT_frontend_beta09.png ; http://tree-talk.com/pix/TT_frontend_beta09_payments.png ; http://tree-talk.com/pix/TT_frontend_beta09_term_setup.png .

16 nov 2015

Collision handler is developed: it untangles voices from different respondents during group conversation. ( http://tree-talk.com/pix/CollisionsHandler.png )

02 nov 2015

Demo version of the dispatcher's app, which provides instant real time voice connection, is developed. ( http://tree-talk.com/pix/Disp09demo_w7.png )

20 may 2015

First prototype of the dispatcher's software, connected to the Terminal, is developed ( http://tree-talk.com/pix/disp007.jpg )

17 apr 2015

Now We Have a Prototype! New kind of devices for voice communications. http://tree-talk.com #IoT

31 mar 2015

Wireless Terminal: US Patent Application is published (US 2015/0072724 A1).

30 dec 2014

TreeTalk (LLC) has won a fund FASIE's ( FASIE ) grant! 3-year supporting program for R&D is also possible. We would like to thank KRITBI and all of our friends for support!

13 oct 2014

US PTO application 14394123 was filed by our US patent attorney ( http://us-patent.info )

18 sep 2014

Patent hatchery LLC (http://www.patent-hatchery.com , http://us-patent.info ) is engaged in patenting of our ideas in the United States now.
US-patent

Coming soon...

Please do not lose sight of us.

01 jun 2014

Our press-releases (Executive summaries), .PDF, 100kB:  in English   |  in Russian.

01 mar 2014

TreeTalk (LLC) have participated in Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum-2014. That was huge and interesting event!

31 oct 2013

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) published our international claim WO 2013/162414 A1 based on the our national patent.

01 sep 2013

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TreeTalk became a member of Microsoft BizSpark program & community.

01 aug 2013

Great news! A few months ago we submitted an application to the business incubator KRITBI, a member of the European Business & Innovation Centre Network (EBN). Hooray! We became a resident!

01 jul 2013

Please do not lose sight of us. We are intensively working on our project. No fresh news yet. Coming soon...

02 apr 2013

TreeTalk is marked as one of the best at #StartupTour 02.04.2013, at business incubator #KRITBI. Event was very interesting pic.twitter.com/fc5wPE5KfM