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Three new Chinese cities rely on Airbus's secure communication technology for their metro lines
Airbus confirms its leading position as secure communications technology provider to the transport sector in China
The city of Taiyuan, capital of the Shanxi province in Northern China, will receive a Tetra communication system composed of Taira Servers, TB3 base stations for high quality network coverage, TH1n slim and lightweight terminals, and TMR880i mobile radios for the Taiyuan Metro Line 2. This metro line is the city’s very first.
Airbus will also provide Luoyang’s Metro Line1 with a Tetra Taira Sever and TB3 base stations as well as TH9 handhelds and TMR880i radios. It is also the very first metro line in China to be equipped with Airbus’s rugged TH9 handheld radio.
Xi’an, the capital of the Shaanxi Province and city of over 8 million inhabitants, will receive communications technology comprising of a Tetra Taira Sever, TB3 base stations, and TH1n and TMR880i terminals for the Metro Line 5.
“We are proud to gain the trust of three new customers in China” says Marko Tiesmaki, Head of the Asia-Pacific Region for Secure Land Communications at Airbus. “The new contracts confirm our leading position in the transportation market. Our customers know that they can rely on secure and reliable technology and our support at any time.” Tiesmaki adds.
Secure Land Communications (www.securelandcommunications.com)
Secure Land Communications (SLC), an Airbus programme unit, offers advanced communication and collaboration solutions enabling its customers to gather, process, and deploy intelligence. Its portfolio is tailored to the needs of professionals from Public Safety and Transport, Utility and Industry (TUI). It includes infrastructures, devices, applications and services based on Tetra, Tetrapol and Broadband technologies. As the European leader and a key international player, SLC has customers in more than 80 countries and employs around 1,185 people in 16 countries.
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