Germany’s Brandenburg State Selects Motorola TETRA Radios
Thursday, May 10, 2018 | Comments

Motorola Solutions was selected in the latest tender of the German federal state of Brandenburg and will supply TETRA digital radio solutions to security authorities and organizations. The police, emergency services, and public and private fire departments in Brandenburg will use the radios, accessories and supporting services.

The multiyear frame contract covers the supply of about 2,600 TETRA portable and mobile radios. In addition to the delivery of TETRA terminals, Motorola Solutions will also supply the police and other public-safety users in Brandenburg with a broad range of accessories. With the new radio solutions, Motorola Solutions will update and expand the existing TETRA radio equipment, which has been used by public safety organizations in Brandenburg since their introduction in 2013.

The products were specially developed in accordance with the requirements of German security authorities and organizations. The delivery to Brandenburg also includes the Integrated Terminal Management (iTM) solution from Motorola Solutions for the entire vehicle fleet with up to 50,000 deployed devices. iTM automates the TETRA radio programming process including fleet management and software upgrades, making the process of auditing radio assets and implementing software version control more efficient. In addition, a coverage tool will track network coverage and performance to provide full visibility of the TETRA network.

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