Sepura and Abiom to overhaul Dutch National Police radio systems


Thursday, 21 November, 2019


Sepura and Abiom to overhaul Dutch National Police radio systems

Sepura and its Dutch partner, Abiom, are set to overhaul the Dutch National Police’s radio systems after allegedly winning every recent tender for the provision of critical communications solutions.

Under the agreements, Sepura and Abiom will refresh all of the Police’s TETRA radios while providing Sepura’s RSM audio accessory for hand-portable radios, in-country technical support and a five-year warranty on all devices, according to Sepura.

Sepura said this ensures the radios can be set up in a way that maximises each user’s operational capability, giving them easy access to functions and clear audio.

Abiom has already deployed over 57,000 hand-portable terminals for operational users and nearly 10,000 SRG3900 mobile radios for public safety vehicles in the Netherlands’ regional police forces. It was also awarded the contract to supply forces with over 400 specialist intrinsically safe radios, used by emergency responders in hazardous environments, Sepura said.

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