German Football Stadium Employs TETRA Radios
Thursday, December 21, 2017 | Comments

Thousands of people in Dortmund, Germany, flow into the Signal Iduna stadium on Strobelallee, Germany's largest football stadium. The stewarding service that controls entry and manages the crowds inside the stadium is equipped with 60 TETRA radios from Hytera Communications.

Services company fulfil eventconsulting General Manager Norbert Labudda ensures on match days that all the building services are operational, the public address system is working correctly, all monitors are in operation and the stadium TV is transmitting its program. He equipped the stewarding and security service with TETRA handheld radios because of quality of the voice output and voice transmission, despite significant background noise in the direct vicinity of use. In the full stadium, which in Dortmund offers space for more than 81,000 visitors, the noise level regularly climbs to 95 decibels.

The staff in the stewarding and security service wear the Z1p radio concealed on the body while they are working in the Dortmund stadium and communicate conveniently via a remote speaker microphone fastened to their work clothing. They have their hands free at all times.

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