Sweden's police renews agreement for TETRA vehicle terminals
Sepura and Swedish Radio Supply have announced that the Swedish Police Authority has selected Swedish Radio Supply as the continued supplier of vehicle terminals for use on the Swedish RAKEL TETRA network for the next two years.
The agreement includes an option for extension for a further two years and follows an announcement in March 2019 that the Authority had selected Swedish Radio Supply as supplier of RAKEL TETRA handheld terminals for the same time period.
The Swedish Police Authority adopted Sepura terminals on joining the network in 2006 and since that time Swedish Radio Supply has been its main supplier of terminals, support and accessories.
The TETRA mobile terminal chosen by the police is the Sepura SRG3900. The unit operates on the same platform as the other Sepura terminals used, which means that the interface and menus used between a handheld and a vehicle-mounted terminal are identical.
The Authority uses Sepura’s terminals across all operational divisions, including dog teams, helicopter teams, mountain rescue and border control units, marine police, mounted police units and Segway patrol teams.
“We are so proud to be a supplier to Sweden’s largest radio user. For us it is an important acknowledgment that the job we do is both appreciated and performed professionally,” said Jonas Hoke, Senior Business and Customer Manager for the Police at Swedish Radio Supply.
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