Airbus DS unleashes the power of broadband

Company presents new broadband products at the Critical Communications World 2016
AIRBUS DEFENCE AND SPACE, CRITICAL communications, Mission critical communications, Terminals, Devices


Airbus Defence and Space, a solutions provider of secure communications for mission-critical users in the civil and defence markets, will be displaying its latest products and features at the Critical Communications World (CCW) exhibition in Amsterdam from May 31 to June 2, 2016.

Secure Land Communications (SLC), a subsidiary of Airbus Defence and Space, will be presenting its broadband services and products consolidated under the family brand name Tactilon Suite.

The new Tactilon Dabat radio is both a Tetra radio and a smartphone. It integrates a complete Tetra handheld and a rugged smartphone in one device. The new radio will be shown at the CCW for the first time.

The Tactilon Cell, a new stand-alone tactical cell, is capable to offer transportable LTE services to those who need to set-up a small LTE network within a few minutes.

The application Tactilon Agnet, previously known as Tactilon TSA, now has LTE Quality of Service management and multimedia capabilities, such as photos and videos, compliant with 3GPP standards.

Tactilon secure mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) solutions, enable end-users to access broadband commercial networks in a secure and controlled environment.

Airbus Defence and Space will introduce the Claricor Cell, a stand-alone small communications network based on Tetra technology which can be quickly set up for vehicle convoys and firefighting or rescue operations in remote regions.

The company is also introducing a new desktop solution for its latest Tetrapol terminal, the TPH900 desktop adapter. Police commanders and firefighters using missioncritical Tetrapol networks can communicate via adapter more flexibly.

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