Romanian Police choose Motorola TETRA


Wednesday, 22 May, 2019


Romanian Police choose Motorola TETRA

Motorola Solutions has been chosen to supply 10,000 TETRA digital two-way radios to the Romanian Police.

Its local partner, ASTI International, was selected as part of a tender process by the General Inspectorate for the Romanian Police to equip its police officers with state-of-the art Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) technology.

The 18-month framework contract covers the supply of 10,000 MTP3550 TETRA portable radios from Motorola Solutions. The MTP3000 series radios are packed with features that are essential for safeguarding frontline police officers and ensuring effective operations.

These digital radios provide significant improvements including coverage performance at extreme range and inside buildings, as well as enhanced connectivity and ruggedness that provide the best possible audio during mission-critical operations. In addition, the ‘man down’ functionality enhances officer safety by automatically alerting the command centre when an officer is in need of help.

In times of growing crime rates and global threats, mission-critical law enforcement solutions that help first responders work effectively and efficiently are more important than ever before.

“We are extremely proud that the Romanian Police continues to see us as a trusted partner, and we remain committed to help keep Romanians citizens and first responders safe,” said Michael Kaae, Vice President for Nordics, Russia and Eastern Europe at Motorola Solutions.

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