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Radio solution from Sepura deployed at Munich underground network


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Sepura’s TETRA radios have been deployed to help secure Munich city’s underground rail network.

This is Sepura’s 500,000th deployment of its TETRA solution in Germany. Stadwerke München has been running a major project to renew the radio system in the city’s underground network.

As part of this solution, network managers selected Sepura – through its German partners SELECTRIC Nachrichten-Systeme GmbH – to provide a fleet of over 1800 SC20 TETRA radios and accessories for the new network.

Hendrik Pieper, Managing Director at SELECTRIC, has worked with Sepura since the manufacturer first entered the German market. He said: “Sepura products are known around the world as tough, reliable products.

“We have achieved success in the world’s largest TETRA market by combining Sepura products with outstanding customer service to users in public safety and commercial organisations throughout the country. We look forward to continuing to support these customers in the future.”

As well as the Sepura handheld radios, SELECTRIC’s winning response included fist microphones and charging pods specially developed to customer specifications for use in the vehicles.

SELECTRIC also managed the integration of the TETRA communication network into the existing control centre, programmed the Sepura TETRA radios, provided training for radio users and guided the deployment with extensive technical support. The full transition into active operation is expected at the end of 2023.

Hooman Safaie, Regional Sales Director at Sepura said: “We are proud to reach the landmark figure of half a million radios deployed in Germany.

“We are increasingly seeing commercial organisations with mission critical needs such as Stadwerke München adopting Sepura radios and benefitting from the proven, robust design and flexible features that can be built around their operational needs.

“We look forward to continuing to provide German users with first class communication solutions for many years to come.”


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