Sepura radios help improve public safety in St. Petersburg
Sepura and its partner Compas+Radio are pleased to announce a further success in the Russian market. St. Petersburg government joins Moscow Metro, Russian Railways and many other companies and government organisations that have selected Sepura’s TETRA radios.
St. Petersburg covers 1,400km2 and is home to 4,750,000 people. The Sepura hand-held and vehicle-based radios will be used to provide the city’s ambulance service with voice and data communications to improve efficiency, reduce response times and provide better care.
Eugene Lapshin, Compas+Radio Project Manager, said: “The ambulance service was looking for small, lightweight terminals offering a range of voice and data functions. The new system will be used to optimise the ambulances’ routes, enable remote use of additional special medical equipment and allow real-time consultations with medical experts.”
Kenneth Hubner, Regional Director for Sepura commented: “This is another great achievement for Sepura in what is becoming one of our strongest markets. This win recognises not just Sepura’s technical expertise, but also our long-standing ability to understand public-safety organisations and serve their needs.”
Rosanna Norman at Sepura Limited
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