Zetron tech used for Indian smart city project

Tuesday, 19 December, 2017

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A smart city project in India will draw on Zetron’s comprehensive mobile command-and-control systems.

India urbanises at a rapid pace, the speed of growth in cities poses huge challenges. The Indian government has subsequently launched the ‘Smart Cities Mission’, which is an urban renewal program with a goal of developing almost 100 cities all over the country, making them citizen-friendly as well as safe and secure.

Zetron’s digital console systems integrate telephony with both digital and analog radio control to meet a range of professional applications for public safety, transportation, utilities, oil, gas, mining and private industry. The high-availability architecture of these systems provides the flexibility, scalability and resilience mission-critical applications demand.

“Zetron is privileged to be part of this important new project in India. Its cities are expected to grow from 340 million people in 2008 to 590 million by 2030,” Zetron Australasia Vice President and General Manager Ranjan Bhagat said.

“It’s a testament to Zetron’s reputation for providing reliable, mission-critical-grade applications based on our highly scalable and interoperable architecture which not only provide business value but improves citizens’ quality of life.”

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