Airbus and Bravo develop radio comms in Saudi
As a part of the agreement, Airbus will supply TETRA technology and all other requisite equipment.
Airbus will also update secure networks and refine a sustainable uninterrupted maintenance service in standard lead time. With new technology available, the security of various professional mobile radio networks will be improved.
“This partnership is an expression of mutual trust and an important step to establish new radiocommunications networks in various business sectors in Saudi Arabia,” said Olivier Koczan, head of Secure Land Communications at Airbus Defence and Space.
“Historically, we have strong relationships there, as we are already servicing several governmental customers.”
Bravo’s goal is to supply the largest TETRA-LTE network for critical communications in Saudi Arabia, and hopes that this partnership will help it achieve that end.
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