Hytera Extends TETRA Network of Peruvian National Police
Tuesday, July 09, 2019 | Comments

Hytera Mobilfunk won an invitation to tender from the National Police in Peru to optimize the safety-critical communications of the emergency services.

During the next three years, the Hytera team in Peru will expand and modernize its existing network in the Piura, Lambayeque, Trujillo, Cajamarca, Cusco, Arequipa, Callao and Lima regions. This includes, among other things, a software update for the TETRA system in the field, improvement of coverage in shadow zones, an upgrade of the network capacity, as well as the installation of an application environment and a test system to develop its own mission-critical applications under TETRA standards.

The agreement with the National Police Peru also includes the maintenance of the TETRA radio network and 24/7 support for the next three years.

“We are delighted that the National Police of Peru continues to place their trust in our technology, our products and our engineers,” said Luis Perez, president of Hytera Group Peru. “We are proud to be a long-standing partner of the Peruvian authorities for secure, mission-critical communications. Using Hytera TETRA technology, the National Police of Peru currently provides public safety for more than 15 million citizens."

The Hytera network has more than 250 TETRA carriers, with nearly 20,000 handheld radios in use. The network includes more than 120 dispatch consoles and the 9-1-1/1-0-5 emergency system for the Lima and Callao metropolitan regions.

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