ErvoCom partners with DAMM
The TetraFlex infrastructure will form part of the organisation’s security communication solution.
Apart from reliability, key factors for choosing DAMM were the flexibility and scalability of the system combined with the open API, which allows easy integration of customised applications and external devices.
DAMM will deliver a total of 11 BS421 outdoor base stations to supply security communication in three campus areas using DAMM’s TetraFlex network. The project will take advantage of DAMM’s open API to include partner-developed solutions including a dispatcher, in-house positioning and surveillance as well as several alarm transmission features.
The project will be delivered by ErvoCom, a new strategic DAMM partner. It will also supply its own security guard radio system and dispatcher workstation. ETH Zurich will thus receive a system tailored to its needs — a system which corresponds to the most modern technology standard and that can be easily expanded as required.
“For Europe’s leading technological university to choose a TETRA solution proves once again that this is a futureproof technology, which continues to deliver reliable, high-tech critical communication solutions,” said Torben Østerby, Key Account Manager at DAMM.
“DAMM’s open API made it easy for us to integrate our own solutions so that we can deliver a reliable security solution tailored to our customers’ needs,” said Patrick Vogt, ErvoCom International CEO.
This is the first joint project between DAMM and ErvoCom, a partnership that will also focus on the transportation market globally.
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