Germany’s NRW Police Selects Frequentis for Control Center Technology
Tuesday, July 09, 2019 | Comments

Frequentis was selected for phase two of the modernization and standardization of control center technology program MVL for the police in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW). NRW police selected the Frequentis multimedia communications platform to meet the requirements for future emergency call and broadband radio communications.

Phase one of the modernization project was carried out by Thales Deutschland. To prepare for future multimedia emergency call and broadband radio communications, the NRW police selected Frequentis for the continuation of the modernization.

NRW is the largest police organization in Germany, covering 50 police authorities that ensure the protection and security of a population of about 18 million. To cope with this challenging task, and to live up to its self-acclaimed title as the most innovative police force in Germany, the NRW police relies on forward-thinking technologies for state-of-the-art control center solutions that will meet future demands of the service.

Phase two of MVL includes 50 police control centers with about 400 operator working positions. In the future, these will be hosted in a virtual cloud-based solution available in five networked technical centers across the region. Frequentis’ 3020 LifeX will ensure efficient emergency call handling and operation on the public-safety digital radio network as well as the interconnection of both channels.

“We are very proud to be able to continue to work with, and deepen, our long-term cooperation with the North Rhine-Westphalia Police Department, helping them to achieve their goals for innovation,” said Norbert Haslacher, CEO Frequentis. “We see this customer as a very important strategic partner."

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