Georgian Railway

A project which incorporated design, delivery and integration of Video conference systems in Georgian Railways headquarters and regional centers, was successfully fulfilled by GIS. In 1871 on August 14, the first train travelled on a vital artery linking the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, which currently is the shortest route between Europe and Central Asia. Since then Georgian Railway has been serving its passengers with all the comfort and respect. In the present day the company is the biggest employer in the country, which operates under the public law of the Enterprise Management Agency, part of the Ministry of Economic Development. According to the fact that video conferencing and remote working technology has become a necessity, the Georgian Railway was provided with RADvision (currently owned by Avaya) Video conferencing solutions, which is the leading producer of video communications systems and software for enterprises, including businesses, government agencies and other organizations. RADvision provides a complete infrastructure solution, providing the widest connectivity range available in modern market. RADvision can connect a Telepresence system to any room system, bringing together HD endpoints with standard definition room systems and distributed desktop users, 3G mobile phones and legacy ISDN systems. Every device can be connected on-the-fly without the need to pre-define the type of video communications device.

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