Poland’s AZAF Offers RTS ODIN Digital Intercom Matrix

Poland’s AZAF has opted for a modular approach to renting its OB truck, allowing it to be customizable to meet the needs of each user. RTS’s ODIN has been chosen to implement the AZAF business model.

To meet its intercom needs, AZAF became the first Polish OB rental company to choose the RTS ODIN, initially acquiring a 16-port matrix. Having made this first purchase, the company was impressed with the demand for ODIN from its customers. Since it has expand to 32-ports.

AZAF’s system supports the operation of four to eight cameras, and also includes four RTS DKP-3016 keypanels and a ROAMEO wireless intercom system.

"This solution will guarantee us modernity and flexibility, which fits in with the concept of our new vehicle,” said Jack Markowski, AZAF’s CEO.

Following its introduction, the OB vehicle has been used for speedway matches, horse races, reality TV shows, e-sports and film production. 

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