South African Police Service choose Sepura
Sepura has won a contract to provide mobile radios to the South African Police Service (SAPS) throughout the Gauteng province.
Sepura has won a contract to provide mobile radios to the South African Police Service (SAPS) throughout the Gauteng province. The contract, secured by Altara - one of Sepura's partners in South Africa - in conjunction with Verstay, will see Sepura deliver an estimated two thousand SRG3900 radios to the Police Service over the next two years.
Fighting off fierce competition, the SRG3900 finally triumphed
in the extensive evaluation process, not least due to its 10 Watts
of RF Power - the greatest operational range of any TETRA radio -
which will help SAPS to achieve maximum coverage across the
"We're delighted to be able to maximise the potential of our existing infrastructure by fitting Sepura SRG3900s in our vehicles," said Brigadier Gordon Bosman of SAPS.
"We made our choice after thorough testing, and are looking forward to enjoying the benefits over the coming years."
"Naturally, we're extremely pleased to have secured a long-term partnership with SAPS after such a hard-fought tender process," said Emanuele Algieri, Regional Director at Sepura.
"The Gauteng province, which includes the cities of Johannesburg and Tshwane (formerly Pretoria), covers an extensive area; it has a population of over 12.3 million, and a particularly undulating topology in which the SRG3900 will excel.
"We're now looking to future, and the opportunity to build our relationship with SAPS through the first-rate customer support for which Sepura is famous."