Peruvian City Selects Hytera for TETRA Project
Tuesday, September 29, 2020 | Comments

The city of Moquegua in the province of Mariscal Nieto-Moquegua in Peru awarded Hytera Perú a contract to renew its mission-critical communication system. An integrated security solution based on the TETRA standard is being implemented, which will replace an old analog radio system.

The new TETRA ACCESSNET-T IP system from Hytera will ensure better radio coverage and increase the communications capacity in the province of Nieto-Moquegua. In the future, this will enable reliable and secure communication across the entire urban area of Moquegua. The radio network is mainly used by the Serenazgo, the city police.

Thanks to a Smart One dispatcher solution with a GPS location system, communications between all relevant emergency services can be standardized and bundled. The system also enables the seamless integration of other subsystems. In an emergency, efficient and effective coordination of all relevant personnel is ensured at all times via a central control center.

The security forces in the Moquegua urban area communicate with Hytera PT580HPlus and MT680Plus radios, among others, and are equipped with VM685 body cameras.

“We are pleased that our Hytera TETRA infrastructure is making a significant contribution to making the region even safer,” said Hector Valencia, government and public-safety sales director, Hytera Peru. “It’s obvious; the public-safety sector in Latin America is in a phase of technological upheaval. We at Hytera have a clear message for this: change for better.”

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