As a global leading provider of Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) solutions, Hytera was involved in a number of world-class conferences and events, such as Tajikistan CICA Summit, APEC Papua New Guinea, and G20 Hangzhou Summit and Rio Olympics. With such rich experience, Hytera can meet various communication requirements of different customers all over the world.
Hytera supported reliable TETRA solution for SCO 2021 to guarantee the security of this event. Hytera's Major Event Security System provided pre-event scheme, route planning and security scenes to prevent emergencies. Vehicle-mounted base stations can be deployed flexibly and quickly to set up temporary network for emergency group communication and dispatch services in areas without signal. Visual Command System provided dispatchers a comprehensive view of incident status and available resources. The Professional Unified Communication platform supported interconnection and unified voice dispatch across TETRA network and local CCTV.
Moreover, Hytera also provided a series of terminal devices for stable communication including PT580H Plus, MT680 Plus, PTC760, PD985 and MD785 for real-time positioning, voice video group calling between terminals and dispatching, and end-to-end visual dispatching.
“For mega events like the summit meetings we held this time, the importance of smooth communication cannot be overstressed. Hytera has been our reliable communications solution partner for many years,” said Giyoev Sobirjon, Head of Communications Department, Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan. “We thank Hytera for their help and support. We plan to further cooperate with Hytera in building a mission-critical radio network throughout Tajikistan.”
With the cutting-edge TETRA solution, Hytera provided strong security support for SCO 2021 and greatly improved Dushanbe's security operations. In response to the Belt and Road Initiative, Hytera has positively carried out business in Tajikistan, and maintained good relations with local partners, empowering them to achieve a safer and faster communication network.
22 September 2021