Motorola comms for chemical plant

Motorola Solutions

Thursday, 02 June, 2016

Motorola comms for chemical plant

Saudi Arabia’s Sadara Chemical Company will deploy a Motorola Solutions communications network across the company’s 6-square-kilometre complex, which comprises 26 integrated manufacturing plants as well an associated port facility.

Sadara is the world’s largest chemical complex to be built in a single phase. Once complete it will produce over 3 million metric tonnes of differentiated chemical and plastic products annually.

The mission-critical communications solution, due for completion in the second half of 2016, will comprise 1500 Motorola MTP8500Ex TETRA ATEX digital two-way radios and repeaters and a Dimetra IP Compact scalable digital solution to expand the network without disrupting radio users.

In the case of an unexpected technical failure of any one of Sadara’s multiple sites, the Dimetra IP Compact’s geographical redundancy will fully recover the communications network to ensure continuous and secure business operations. The fully integrated TETRA system is also interoperable with Sadara’s legacy Integrated Digital Enhanced Network (IDEN) and telephony systems.

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