Motorola boosts communication in major Japanese airports
Motorola Solutions has extended the reach of interconnected communications to Kansai International Airport, the fifth major airport in Japan to deploy mission-critical communications based on the TETRA standard. Motorola Solutions with its partner, Nippon Airport Radio Services, deployed the mission-critical system to Kansai, following the successful integration of Narita, Naha, Haneda and Chubu international airports between 2016 and 2019.
The latest deployment comes as Japan’s tourism and aviation sectors mark its recovery from the global pandemic, reopening borders to international tour groups. Collectively, the five airports experience high levels of passenger traffic and the largest inflows of Japan’s international cargo. Before the global pandemic, almost 200 million domestic and international travellers transited through the airports annually.
Collectively, 9000 Motorola two-way radios will be used across the airports to support comms for the Civil Aviation Bureau’s air traffic control, runway management, airport security, ground staff, bus transit services and commercial airlines. The scalable, single communications system connects critical functions across the five airports including security, operations and baggage handling.
The five airports have also deployed more than 9000 of Motorola Solutions’ ST7000, MTP6550 and MTM5200 two-way radios to support communications for the Civil Aviation Bureau’s air traffic control, runway management, airport security, ground staff, bus transit services and commercial airlines.
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