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Sepura radios aid Mexican municipality in war on drugs Published on 23/06/2010
The municipality of Mazatlan in Mexico has selected Sepura TETRA radios for its public safety organisations. The contract with Mazatlan’s municipal authorities, the Secretaría de Seguridad Pública y Tránsito Municipal de Mazatlán, Sinaloa (SSPyTMM), was closed by Sepura’s Mexican partner Exsertel S.A. de C.V.
Mazatlan is the premier tourist destination in the Mexican state of Sinaloa and one of the key states in the war against the drug trade in the country. The municipality needed a new radio solution to ensure effective and secure communications – and remove the risk of eavesdropping — for its municipal police in the entirety of its territory. Sepura radios will operate on municipal-wide TETRA infrastructure provided by Rohde & Schwarz.
Jesús Antonio Moreno Tapia from SSPyTMM commented: “By enabling Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL), the GPS option available in Sepura’s STP8000 and STP8100 hand-portables will enhance operational efficiency and improve officer safety. The hand-portables and the SRG gateways’ high RF power is a perfect fit for our specific coverage requirements. Furthermore, Sepura’s revolutionary Man-Down functionality — which triggers an alert when the radio detects ‘non typical’ user movement — is a crucial new safety feature for all our police officers, in particular when working alone”. Mr Tapia added: “The Bluetooth functionality of Sepura’s hand-portables will enable future implementation of remote data projects and the ability to deal with events more effectively by sending pictures of fingerprints, criminals or missing persons over the TETRA network”.
Juan Carlos Calderón Tapia, Operations Manager at Exsertel said: ”The Mazatlan TETRA project is an example of Sepura’s ability to exceed customer requirements and expectations: not only were the radios delivered and configured on time, but Sepura’s radio design will allow our customers to develop applications for their network. Choosing these radios promises undoubtedly the best return on investment.” Mr Calderon continued: “This is the third operational public safety TETRA network in Mexico – but the first one to comprise a complete fleet of Sepura radios in operation and to include interconnectivity with the National Security System. The Mazatlan network is prestigious and pivotal as it is viewed as a pilot project for the deployment of a nation-wide TETRA network”.
Mazatlán is the second largest city in the Mexican state of Sinaloa located on the Pacific coast. Its surrounding municipality has a population 403,888 and is also called Mazatlán. The city was founded in 1531, and by the mid-1800s became a thriving commercial seaport, importing equipment for the nearby gold and silver mines. Besides being a very popular tourist destination, Mazatlán is Mexico's largest commercial port.
The German state of Saarland chooses Sepura TETRA radios Published on 23/06/2010
The Government of the German Federal State of Saarland has announced the award of the contract for their entire fleet of 4,000 TETRA radios to Sepura’s partner in Germany, Selectric Nachrichten-Systeme GmbH. Sepura’s radios will be supplied to all of the Police, Fire Brigades and Rescue Services in Saarland.
Patrik Schlicker, Project Manager for Saarland’s Ministry of the Interior, commented: “With one European-wide tender we have been able to complete successfully the procurement of TETRA radios for all public safety users in Saarland. After a thorough evaluation of all the bids received, we selected Sepura radios because of their superior price-performance. We are confident that we will be providing our users with the best TETRA radios on the market today.”
Saarland chose Sepura’s STP hand-portable and SRG mobile gateway radios and became the first German state to select the new Sepura Colour Console (SCC) for the mobile radios. The SCC has a large high resolution colour screen which allows the display of high quality photographs and maps and introduces three text mode sizes and a new ‘night mode’ which reduces glare — ideal when driving at night. In addition, it offers high levels of water and dust protection (reflected in its IP67 rating) which enable it to withstand submersion in water and make it ideal for installations on motorbikes and fire engines. Configuration and management of all TETRA radios will be carried out with Radio Manager, Sepura’s advanced client server operational support tool which allows users to connect to a number of Sepura TETRA terminals simultaneously.
Service and training will be provided locally by Selectric thus ensuring the smooth implementation of digital communications for all public safety users in Saarland.
Hendrik Pieper, General Manager of Selectric said: “This is the ninth German federal state to choose Sepura radios, which is significant for an SME (Small Medium Enterprise) business like ours – these contracts help us strengthen the local economy and provide job security for our work-force”.
Kasper Barfoed, Regional Director for Sepura commented: “This prestigious win is yet more evidence of the efficiency of Selectric and Sepura’s partnership – together we have established market leadership in the largest TETRA market in the world.” Mr Barfoed added:”The following figures speak for themselves: Sepura and Selectric have won national tenders in 9 of the 13 German federal states bringing our German market share to a staggering 61%”.
Sepura TETRA radios are already in use in the German states of Baden Wurttemberg, Bavaria, Bremen, Hamburg, Niedersachsen, Northrhein Westphalia, Saxony and Saxony Anhalt.