Airbus, Nedaa Sign Partnership Agreement
Thursday, December 10, 2020 | Comments

Airbus and Nedaa, the network provider of the government of Dubai, signed a new partnership agreement at the ongoing GITEX Technology Week in Dubai for the deployment of mission-critical communication solutions.

In the frame of the partnership, Airbus’ Tactilon Agnet 500 and Tactilon Agnet 800, as well as the Tactilon Dabat hybrid device will be deployed through Nedaa’s private mission-critical 4G network starting 2021 to achieve stronger and faster response in the area of public-safety coordination. Government entities, security and public-safety authorities, first responders, event organizers, operation management departments and personnel of asset-intensive organizations across all vital sectors will now be able to leverage the solutions’ advanced features for a better communication support system.

“Our collaboration with Airbus reflects our shared goal to improve connectivity and communication between authorities who are in need for such secure, available and reliable mission-critical communication, where lives of people come as a first priority,” said Nedaa CEO H.E. Mansoor Bu Osaiba. “Airbus’ extensive portfolio of secure communication solutions is renowned for empowering mission-critical security teams in Dubai and the UAE as they respond to any emergency or crisis. Furthermore, by enabling Airbus to deploy its solutions through our 4G network, Nedaa is reinforcing its capability to provide all concerned entities with superior communication services.”

Tactilon Dabat, a 4G smartphone and a TETRA radio in one device, is designed to enable users to smoothly transition between TETRA and LTE network services. The Tactilon Agnet 500 and 800 collaboration platforms, on the other hand, offer secure push-to-talk and messaging services with accurate location tracking, voice and messaging, video sharing and other multimedia functions, allowing communication between different mission-critical networks, devices and technologies.

“Our long-term and mutually beneficial partnership exemplifies our genuine commitment to mission-critical situations to ensure the security and safety of the country and people,” said Walid Lahoud, head of sales, Middle east and North Africa for Secure Land Communications at Airbus. “To deliver, and remain consistent in our promise, we will provide the best available technologies necessary to support critical mobile communication systems with innovative functions and features. We look forward to another fruitful collaboration with the Nedaa.”

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