Airbus, Samsung Announce Public-Safety Cooperation in Germany
Tuesday, November 27, 2018 | Comments

Airbus and Samsung partnered to establish next-generation terminal and collaboration platforms for professional users in Germany. The solution is intended to facilitate German public safety’s future multimedia communications. The companies will create secure end-to-end solutions based on Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology.

The Airbus-Samsung “hybrid tactical management” can integrate rapidly evolving applications, smartphone technologies and TETRA networks. User organizations are completely in control of who will be authorized to communicate with what kind of application. As a result, the partnership paves the way for multimedia mission-critical communications.

“Today´s BOS public-safety digital radio network in Germany is shared by a large number of user organizations with diversified needs and processes,” said Markus Kolland, CEO of Airbus Secure Land Communications (SLC) in Germany. “Together with Samsung, Airbus aims to move into a new era of mission-critical communications in Germany and Europe.”

Samsung will use Samsung Knox, its platform for security designed for the professional use of mobile devices, for the cooperation. The Airbus SLC business unit plans to create secure and professional platforms allowing organizations to operate applications for the transparent usage of TETRA, LTE and 5G technologies.

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