Hytera TETRA radio system becomes operational in Los Olivos, Peru

Official inauguration of the communication system for public security in the district of Los Olivos marks formal operational status of the two-way radio network

Hytera TETRA radio system becomes operational in Los Olivos, Peru

The district of Los Olivos, in the province of Lima in Peru, has integrated its local police force into the TETRA radio system operated by the Policía Nacional del Perú (PNP). The Peruvian government is using a ACCESSNET-T IP TETRA radio system supplied by Hytera.

Mayor Pedro del Rosario officially inaugurated the modern security system in Los Olivos. This inauguration includes integration into the existing PNP TETRA system for the transmission of voice and data, as well as a video surveillance system. The organisations for public security in Los Olivos are therefore in direct contact with the Policía Nacional, Emergency 105, police stations and smart patrols.

In his speech at the inauguration, Rosario stated: "We are the first district to have 150 radios and that communicates directly with the Policía Nacional del Perú. This radio communication not only permits voice communication, it is also possible to send data."

Along with the 150 handheld radios of type PT580H, the district has been equipped with two stationary MT680 radios as well as AVL applications.

Luis Perez, Head of Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH Sucursal del Perú, said: "With Hytera, the district of Los Olivos has a strong partner by its side and we look forward to working together."

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