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The SRG3900 gateway is the latest generation of Sepura’s proven SRG3000 mobile radio series. Its hardware readily supports Direct Mode Gateway, Direct Mode Repeater, PEI based Data and E2EE options. It is a flexible, adaptable and fully-featured mobile TETRA radio designed to meet the demanding needs of users within the transport, utility and public safety markets. They offer comprehensive and quick communication system to an officer patrolling the beat, a paramedic attending a patient at home or a fire team working through a high-rise building fire. Sepura SRG gateway radios can transmit signals up to 10 Watts whereas Sepura hand-held radios up to 1.8 Watts - the greatest operational range of any TETRA terminal on the market today. The GPS capability of Sepura radios make the transfer of location data as precisely as possible in the minimum possible time so as to ensure credibility and safety.Add to Compare
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From 18th-20th June 2019, the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) in Kuala Lumpur, was home to the much-anticipated Critical Communications World 2019 (CCW), and now that it is over for another year, let’s reflect on what made this show such a success for Sepura. Products launched at CCW2019 The SCG22: a fully featured TETRA mobile radio paired with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth which like its SC Series hand-portable counterparts, is enabled with AppSPACE and extends communication into areas that have previously been beyond network coverage. The world-class gateway offers a range of installation options for use in cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, trains and mobile and fixed control rooms. Sepura’s SC Series benefit from Wi-Fi functionality which enables seamless remote upgrades to run in the background Over The Air Programming (OTAP): introduced as a solution to combat the costly and undesirable downtime of radios when updating, configuring or installing software in the traditional manner. Sepura’s SC Series, including the newly launched SCG22, benefit from Wi-Fi functionality which enables seamless remote upgrades to run in the background, while out in the field through OTAP. Demonstration of products at CCW2019 Applications for deployment through AppSPACE are continuously evolving to meet the needs of those in both public safety organizations and commercial businesses, helping to transform the capability of SC Series hand-portable and mobile radios. The following apps were demonstrated at CCW2019: Radio Asset Logger: Simplify the management of pool radios by enabling ID entry at radio ‘power on’. The radio then sends this data to a regularly updating asset register, detailing which user has which radio, helping to reduce the prospect of financial loss and any risks to security. Battery Date Checker: A safe and simple approach to battery withdrawal; when a battery is due to be replaced, this app starts the withdrawal process by advising the radio user that the battery should be taken out of service and returned to their fleet managers.
Tylosand is one of Sweden’s most popular beaches and during the summer there can be more than 40,000 visitors on the beach every day. They were the first beach in Sweden to have lifeguards patrolling its shores as early as 1958. While most visitors enjoy their summer on the beach, at times guests may find themselves in a difficult situation. The lifeguard’s on Tylosand beach operate on a completely voluntary basis, patrolling the beaches daily throughout Summer ensuring the public’s safety. Their aim is simple: to have zero drownings each year. Patrolling the beaches in tough conditions The lifeguards at Tylosand have six life-saving areas which are guarded by eight lifeguards and a life-saving manager The lifeguards at Tylosand patrol the beaches every day during summer whether it’s windy, rainy or sunny. Conditions often change during the day as the Swedish weather is quite unpredictable, and this can be when people get into difficulty. The lifeguards are often painters, fire fighters or students in their day-to-day lives and in return for volunteering their time in summer, they are provided food and accommodation for their efforts. The lifeguards at Tylosand have six life-saving areas which are simultaneously guarded by eight lifeguards and a life-saving manager (CH). In the lifeguard tower, they store healthcare equipment as well as other lifeguard equipment including binoculars, life jackets, shovels and a water tank. They also run the Life Saving School – the only school in Sweden that offers sea life rescue training. Easy to use radio equipment The communications system for lifeguards needs to be robust, reliable and secure, as these critical situations are a matter of life or death. A key factor for Tylosand lifeguards choosing a radio to use was ease of use; with lifeguards working only a few weeks a year, it is mandatory that the equipment implemented is easy to understand and use. The communication devices from Sepura provide the lifeguards with exactly that. The lifeguards have implemented Sepura SRG mobile terminals into their vehicles alongside STP9000 hand-portable radios The Tylosand lifeguards have implemented Sepura SRG mobile terminals into their vehicles alongside STP9000 hand-portable radios to deliver a robust, easy to use communications system for protecting the shores. The common user interface makes it easy to train new lifeguards and run shorter refresh training with returning lifeguards. Once users have learnt to use one Sepura radio, they can easily use other Sepura devices. Withstanding the challenging environment Sophia Arlsan, a lifeguard with Tylosand, said “The Sepura equipment has over the years proved that they withstand the tough environment with sand and salty waters in an excellent way. Last summer, 24 people were saved from rip currents and many more have been saved through the thousands of proactive discussions Tylosand lifesavers have had with beach visitors during their patrols.” Thanks to the Sepura radios delivered by Swedish Radio Supply, Tylosand Lifeguards are prepared for the next busy summer.
Sepura has received recognition from the critical communications industry by winning three awards at the 2019 Critical Communications Awards held at CCW. Sepura won ‘Best Use of Critical Communications in Vertical Markets’ for their installation of STP8X radios and applications at Shell’s refinery plant in Singapore. Awards won by Sepura at CCW2019 In addition, Sepura was recognized for their implementation of a full site communications system at Heathrow Airport walking away with the award for ‘Best Use of Critical Communications in Transport’ while long serving technology specialist Mark Rayne was rewarded for his ‘Outstanding Contribution to Critical Communications’ for his dedicated work in developing industry wide standards for TETRA. The three awards were the highlight of a show that saw Sepura introduce their new SCG22 mobile TETRA radio to complement their market-leading SC2 Series hand-portables, while also showcasing the all-new Over The Air Programming (OTAP) capability that delivers significant cost and time savings to fleet managers around the world.