Peruvian City Selects TETRA Network from Hytera Mobilfunk
Monday, November 09, 2015 | Comments

Hytera Mobilfunk was chosen to implement a TETRA trunking system and an emergency control center for the provincial municipality of Tumbes in Peru.

The city of Tumbes is the capital of the province and department of the same name, and is located in the northern Peruvian coast, only 30 kilometers from the Ecuadorian border. The Tumbes region is bordered by the Ecuadorian provinces of El Oro and Loja on the east; Peru’s Piura region on the south; and by the Pacific Ocean on the north and west.

Because of its strategic border location and having the risk of being impacted by natural disasters, Tumbes deployed a reliable and secure integrated communications system based on TETRA technology.

Consorcio Jerusalen, the prime contractor, selected Proyectcom SAC/Hytera Mobilfunk to implement the technology. The different organizations of Tumbes will be equipped with TETRA handhelds and mobile radios. In addition, five fast relief security centers will be equipped with TETRA fixed stations.

“This is a very good start,” said Antonio Garandillas, public safety manager. “Everything indicates that Tumbes will be equipped with the best security technology within the first month of 2016.”

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