Iraq airport receives DAMM data comms system

By Critical Comms Staff
Tuesday, 22 August, 2017

Damm wins public safety project in erbil international airport in iraq

A DAMM voice and data communication system has been implemented at the Erbil International Airport in Iraq.

Local DAMM system partner Sabaaco installed the solution in close collaboration with DAMM.

“The easiness of integration with the existing TETRA system saves both time and costs,” said Mustafa Al Mukhtar, deputy CEO of Sabaaco.

“With fast set-up and installation time, the space-saving compact outdoor base station provides low CAPEX. In addition, OPEX costs are also saved as minimal air conditioning is required due to the power efficiency.”

The communication solution from DAMM was chosen as the BS421 outdoor base station is easy to integrate, install and commission. The IP65 encapsulated compact and rugged BS421 provides a fully redundant communication system, serving both the EIA and airline customers.

Image courtesy of DAMM.

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