Chinese Airport Selects Airbus Hybrid TETRA/LTE Technology
Thursday, July 09, 2020 | Comments

Airbus was selected to provide Jinan airport in China with mission-critical products and solutions to upgrade the existing Airbus TETRA network in place. The new system will allow airport personnel to embrace the benefits of a hybrid solution using TETRA and LTE technologies.

The airport attracts around 18 million visitors a year and will become the first airport in China to combine Airbus TETRA and a mobile broadband network for its daily operations. The new technology will include a TETRA server, base stations, terminals and multiple licenses for smartphone users. The network is scheduled to be implemented by end-2020.

Jinan Airport staff members from fuel personnel to firefighters to general operations users will be able to connect to the secure TETRA communications system using ordinary smartphones. They can use secure TETRA communications for airport-related services, such as luggage handling, shuttle bus logistics, equipment maintenance or refueling.

Airbus has supplied several airports in China including Beijing Capital International, Beijing Daxing, Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, Chengdu Shuangliu Airport, as well as numerous metro lines.

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