Sepura har levererat 50 bärbara terminaler och tillhörande utrustning till UK International Search and Rescue Team (UK-ISAR) för support vid samordning av sök och räddningsinsatser. Radion kommer att användas i Direct Mode (DMO) utan TETRA-infrastruktur och de är programmerade för ett enkelt handhavande.
One of the largest container terminals in the Harbour of Gdynia in Poland has extended its fleet of Sepura radios to maximise the efficiency of its cargo handling. This further contract with the Polish container port was again made possible by Icom Poland, Sepura’s established partner in Poland.
Essen is the first fire service in Germany to use Sepura TETRA radios to improve its communications.
Eurotunnel, the operator of the world's longest undersea tunnel and one of its busiest rail routes, has chosen Sepura’s new STP8000 Hand-held TETRA radio for its communications in emergency operations.
For the second year in a row Icom's M603 marine VHF captured top honors for the Communications category at the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) annual awards event. This year's prestigious event was held October 1-4, 2008 in San Diego, California.
LAT, Russia’s roadside assistance for motorists, has chosen Sepura TETRA radios for its communications in the St Petersburg region.
Sepura has won a contract to supply radios for the buses and trams in the city of Gdansk in Poland.
Sepura is to supply TETRA digital radios to Johannesburg, South Africa, which will become one of the first major cities in the world to have an integrated communications system for its utilities services.
Sepura har vunnit kontrakten att förse de tyska delstaterna Niedersachsen och Bremen med TETRA-terminaler. Kontrakten togs hem i samarbete med Selectric GmbH, Sepuras distributionspartner i Tyskland.
Sepura’s new STP8000 hand-held radio has been formally certified by national authorities in both the Netherlands and in Belgium for use by their public safety users.
Sepura has opened a new office in Amman as part of the company’s continuing global growth.
Sepura’s 500,000th TETRA digital radio has rolled off the production line at the factory of its manufacturer, Siemens AG in Austria.
Leicestershire Constabulary, one of Sepura’s first-ever major customers, has renewed its contract for the supply of TETRA digital radios. Leicestershire has decided to replace nearly 2500 hand-held TETRA radios and, for the first time, to add Sepura vehicle radios to its fleet of communication equipment.
Sepura provided TETRA radios during Pope Benedict XVI’s holiday retreat in the Italian Alps, to assist in the smooth running of his visit.