Sepura provides TETRA technology for Hamburg Airport

By Critical Comms Staff
Friday, 10 March, 2017

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Sepura technology has been deployed at Hamburg Airport.

A number of base stations, a command and control suite, and more than 350 STP9000 hand-portable and 275 SRG3900 mobile radios with accompanying accessories have been implemented.

The airport chose Sepura, in conjunction with local partner Telemann Mobilfunk GmbH, to deliver, commission and maintain the new TETRA network, which replaces the existing analog system.

Carrying more than 16.2 million passengers in 2016, Hamburg Airport is an important international transport hub and employs around 2000 workers. The solution provides a highly resilient network for personnel at the site, with improved coverage and increased network capacity contributing to quicker response times and greater safety for both workers and passengers.

“We are extremely pleased that Hamburg Airport has placed its trust in Sepura,” said Hooman Safaie, Sepura’s regional director for Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

“Sepura technology empowers airport personnel with mission-critical voice and data services, promoting safety and efficiency of operations. This new TETRA solution will allow the airport to greatly expand their communications capabilities, boosting productivity and bringing significant benefits for staff and travellers alike.”

Image credit: © Maier

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