The Tetra system will replace the current analogue system and is designed to cover and ensure the security of governmental operations in the capital city. It comprises of a core switch, base station, dispatchers, radio handsets and secure programs. The implementation of the network will start at the end of 2020.
“We are honoured to gain a new customer and pilot such a project in Mongolia” says Marko Tiesmaki, Head of the Asia-Pacific region for Secure Land Communications at Airbus. “In the flourishing Asia-Pacific region more and more companies and institutions are turning to us for our secure communications solutions, as they have proven to be the most resilient” he continues.
Airbus’ local partner, Vertexmon, provides technical consulting and infrastructure-related solutions. For this project, the company acts as an intermediary between Airbus and the Mongolian government.
Secure Land Communications (www.securelandcommunications.com)
Secure Land Communications (SLC), an Airbus programme unit, offers advanced communication and collaboration solutions enabling its customers to gather, process, and deploy intelligence. Its portfolio is tailored to the needs of professionals from Public Safety and Transport, Utility and Industry (TUI). It includes infrastructures, devices, applications and services based on Tetra, Tetrapol and Broadband technologies. As the European leader and a key international player, SLC has customers in more than 80 countries and employs around 1,185 people in 16 countries.
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