Cambridge, 14th February 2018: Following the successful implementation of a Sepura TETRA network in the Mexican State of Guanajuato, the city of Leon has added another 757 Sepura radios to its existing stock of more than 800 terminals through Sepura’s in-region partner Jomtel. Following a successful implementation in December 2017, the city of Leon has now achieved its goal of upgrading its communications capability for 2018.
The Municipal Public Security Secretariat of the city of Leon purchased the radios to further enhance public safety communications for officers in the field. One of its focus points is to streamline the portfolio of radios in use within the force, thus reducing training costs. Sepura are pleased to be selected to support the Mexican Government in this process through our partner Jomtel.
Sepura’s TETRA STP9000 radios have an IP67 environmental rating – ensuring the radio remains operational even after submersion in water. Powerful audio, exceptional battery life and haptic feedback enable officers to physically feel when actions are registered on the device.
Ivan Vargas, Business Development Manager for Latin America said “I am very proud that the market leading performance and robustness of our radios, alongside a first class customer service provided by Sepura and our channel partners, has been the key to earn the trust of one of the most important municipalities of Guanajuato region, the city of Leon. I am certain that this will continue to drive success for Sepura in the region.”