Hytera to provide TETRA coverage at World Bank and IMF event in Peru

Hytera to deploy a TETRA system to cover the event in Lima in October, which will be linked to local mobile phone networks to provide data services, as well as hooking up with the existing police TETRA network

Hytera to provide TETRA coverage at World Bank and IMF event in Peru

Hytera Mobilfunk Sucursal del Peru has been chosen to secure the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund 2015 event in Peru by providing a secure voice and data communications system for the first responders’ organisations and other staff.

The annual meeting of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group (WB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will be held from 5-12 October 2015 in Lima, Peru. The location is in the area known as the National Cultural Centre, which includes facilities like the National Library (pictured), the National Museum, the National Theatre, the new headquarters of the state-run National Bank, and the Lima Convention Centre.

A fully redundant DIB R5 advanced TETRA 2 base station, dispatch and AVL consoles, a voice recording system and an interoperability communication platform will be deployed at the new Command and Control Communication Center (C4).

The Hytera supplied ACCESSNET-T IP TETRA network being deployed for the WB-IMF 2015 event will be integrated into commercial 2G/3G and 4G networks to enable extended secured and reliable data and voice services such as images, text messages, videos and voice group services.

In addition, the existing TETRA network of the National Peruvian Police (PNP) will be used as umbrella network by enhancing the coverage and traffic capacity during peak traffic periods.
The WB/IMF Meetings attract global attention due to the relevance of the issues addressed and the participation of eminent personalities in the economic, monetary, and financial fields.

In total, more than 40,000 police officers and other first responders will be on duty to guide and protect around 12,000 participants during the conference.


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