RADIOPOL, Bratislava, is carrying out a full nationwide system replacement, confirming the decision to invest in the latest Hytera TETRA system with more than 30 base stations strategically located across the region.
Hytera is proud to be working in partnership with RADIOPOL to meet the strong standards set by the organization, delivering quality, reliable communication with excellent support services and value for money.
The new Hytera TETRA system offers many important network features and services, a high level of redundancy and flexibility - ensuring the installation can be adapted to changing requirements and can be expanded effortlessly as the user network and communication needs grow. The future-proof design of the Hytera solution was one of the key reasons RADIOPOL decided to move forward with the Hytera solution: as it stands the nationwide network still does not provide full coverage in the country, a situation that is to change in the medium term.
The focus of the radio network is principally around the capital, Bratislava, in the Western part of Slovakia, supported with strategic coverage in industrial centres where important factories and facilities are located. Key users of the network include industrial manufacturers, leading car producers and public transportation, for whom instant voice and data transmissions are essential for a smooth production process.
Due to this extensive current user base, migration from the old network to the new Hytera TETRA network will also play a key part in the implementation phase, expected March 2018. Frank Pauer, Deputy CSO at Hytera Mobilfunk: "We are delighted that RADIOPOL is placing such great trust in us. Our system is perfectly suited to the local requirements with its functional reliability and flexibility."
RADIOPOL is a public radio network operated by Technopol International in Bratislava more than 20 years and provides radio communication services for over 100 companies in Slovakia. The network offers high-quality, reliable services above all for state and private institutions and public transport, as well as for the most important businesses in the country – mainly companies from the automotive and electronics sector, from the heavy and chemical industry, logistics, TV and production companies and also private security businesses and taxi services.