Sepura to provide mission-critical platform to the Greek Police

Sepura is to provide a mission-critical Tetra communications system to the Greek Police in Attica, the largest administrative region of Greece.

Dec 17, 2014
By Paul Jacques
Picture: BRC

Sepura is to provide a mission-critical Tetra communications system to the Greek Police in Attica, the largest administrative region of Greece.

The network will cover the Attica region and will include dispatcher terminals installed in police control rooms, together with gateways to provide connectivity to telephony systems. This platform, together with data applications, will ensure the Greek Police has a solution designed to meet the operational challenges and safety requirements of modern-day policing.

Jonathan Hamill, vice-president government and public safety at Sepura, said: “Sepura has a proven track record of providing effective and reliable mission-critical communications solutions and this contract further affirms our success in the global Government and Public Safety market.

“Our innovative mission-critical communications portfolio will transform communications for the Greek Police, utilising the globally-recognised open Tetra standard.”

Sepura recently announced the delivery of its 250,000th Tetra radio terminal to German public safety organisations.

Related News

Copyright © 2022 Police Professional