30/05/2014 — SANTIAGO, Chile — (BUSINESS WIRE)
Hytera Mobilfunk was awarded the contract for a TETRA radio system for secure radio communications in the metro system of the city of Santiago de Chile.
The contract was signed by the parties in Santiago de Chile. In close cooperation with the local partner SICE Chile, Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH will provide digital voice and data communications for secure and effective operation across the Metro de Santiago network.
In this significant deployment, Hytera will deliver 4 TETRA switching nodes and 77 TETRA base stations which will cover all lines of Metro Santiago de Chile.
The scope of the project will cover the existing lines 1, 2, 4, 4A and 5, as well as the two future lines 3 and 6, with Hytera’s TETRA radio communications system ACCESSNET-T IP. To enhance operations further, Hytera will provide 42 dispatcher work stations and voice recording systems for the Metro control room.
Metro de Santiago, Chile
Metro de Santiago is operated by Metro S.A. It opened in 1975 and serves the Santiago metropolitan region and its c. 6M inhabitants. With over 100 stations and over 100 Kilometers (c. 64 Miles) of route network Metro de Santiago is today South America’s largest metro system.
Metro de Santiago serves over 2,200,000 passengers daily making it the fourth largest metropolitan commute system in the Americas measured by passenger rides and the aim is to grow this number even further over the coming years.
Founded in 1993 in Shenzhen, China, Hytera has become a key player in PMR communication industry with a large client base covering more than 80 countries and regions worldwide. Hytera is actively involved in developing global PMR standards, and is one of the few radio communication providers that masters in all the three main stream digital standards, namely TETRA, DMR and PDT.
Hytera has built up a strong global sales network, including 3 subsidiaries in the US, UK, and Germany, 14 branches and 8 offices. It responds to customers’ needs immediately through the cooperation with over 600 partners across the world.
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