Mexican municipality goes with Sepura TETRA

Sepura PLC

Monday, 20 April, 2015


Sepura has delivered a complete TETRA solution to the Public Security Directorate of the Mexican municipality of Atizapán de Zaragoza in a contract achieved in conjunction with Jomtel Telecomunicaciones, one of Sepura’s partners in Mexico.

The solution is part of an extensive renovation project aimed at upgrading the public security technologies for the entire municipality and comprises the installation of a new command and control room (C4), a new CCTV surveillance system covering the whole city and communication equipment for the police for vehicle installations and more.

The TETRA solution will be deployed to public safety end-user organisations comprising the police - including traffic police - fire brigades and civil defence teams. The entire system was provided and installed by Jomtel Telecomunicaciones.

Specifically, the TETRA solution comprises a 3-sites system including SOLO and FR400 base stations, a dispatcher, a gateway to the legacy analog infrastructure, more than 550 STP9000 hand-portable and SRG3900 mobile radios and also the Portalify Image application, which enables the delivery to TETRA radios of images taken from CCTV, video recorders or cameras.

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