Dutch National Police Selects Abiom to Replace Radios
Thursday, October 12, 2017 | Comments

The Dutch National Police awarded Abiom, the exclusive distributor of Sepura products for public safety in the Benelux region, won a recent bid to replace all TETRA C2000 police radios currently in use with the Sepura SRG3900 radio.

In addition to the police, prisoner transport services, customs officers and the Dutch National Police Academy will also receive upgraded radios. All told, Abiom will provide 10,000 radios.

The contract is effective immediately and will be in place for five years with an option to renew for an additional five years. Abiom will deliver the SRG3900 police radios, accessories and repair services for vehicles, control rooms, motorcycles and boats.

Additionally, Abiom will be responsible for delivering customized software, remote programming solutions and comprehensive training for trainers as well as end users. Abiom’s proposal focused on hardware and services standardization combined with the centralization of managed services and programming. Doing so offers the police a better overview of their fleet, improves security and reduces cost of ownership.

“We’ve worked together for years with the police and their partners; our relationship will continue to grow with this new contract,” said Abiom CEO Bas de Grood. “For the emergency services, powerful communication tools are essential. Based on our long history, we understand the most critical needs and operating procedures from this customer and their end users. The Sepura SRG3900 will be a new lifeline. After extensive testing, our product proved to be the best solution in the marketplace. Winning this bid demonstrates the value of Sepura SRG3900 and Abiom as an important technology partner for the police in the 21st Century.”

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