Sepura and Swedish Radio Supply have announced that the Swedish Police have selected Swedish Radio Supply as the continued supplier of vehicle terminals for use on the Swedish RAKEL TETRA network for the next two years. This includes an option for extension for a further two years. At the end of March 2019, the Swedish Police had already announced Swedish Radio Supply as supplier of Rakel TETRA handheld terminals for
SkiStar Åre have installed a new TETRA solution from Swedish Radio Supply (SRS) and Sepura ready for the Audi FIS Ski World Cup 2019. The Swedish skiing area of Åre, in the province of Jämtland has an ambition to grow and therefore wanted to implement a safe and reliable communication system. Low temperatures are nothing out of the ordinary in Åre, often falling to -15°C in January, so a robust,
Introduction Shell’s Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site is an integrated oil and petrochemicals site with manufacturing facilities for fuels, lubricant based oils and speciality chemicals, located off Singapore. Sepura successfully implemented a new TETRA system on the island, with an employee based permanently on the site for maintenance and repairs. Based on an island 5.5 km southwest of Singapore, it forms part of a group of islands that have been identified
Sintel Italia has announced a multi-year distribution agreement with Sepura, ensuring that Sintel will continue to supply Sepura’s TETRA terminals into the Italian critical communications market. As part of the agreement, Sintel Italia will establish a certified service centre for Sepura’s terminals, enhancing the support offered to mission critical users in Italy. The agreement will enable Sintel to add to the service portfolio currently provided to mission critical customers in
Sepura has delivered over 400,000 TETRA radios to BDBOS users in 11 German states. To support these devices, more than half of the installed base have now agreed long term software maintenance contracts with Sepura and their partners in Germany, SELECTRIC. Due to the gradual rollout of TETRA terminals by different federal states over time, Germany’s emergency services have at any one time a range of Sepura terminal and software
Sepura has added Roland Pettersson to the Sales team as Business Development Manager for Scandinavia. Roland has a long history of selling communications technology into the public safety services, most recently with CeoTronics, where he established a network of key contacts within the PMR market to support sales growth. Previously Roland was Sales Director for the Followit group, specialising in GPS tracking technology used in markets with specific outdoor requirements.