Bravo chooses Airbus to upgrade radio system in Saudi

Operator to renew the public-safety network in Eastern Saudi Arabia
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Public safety operator, Bravo, has selected Airbus to upgrade its radio systems in the Kingdom. 

Airbus will deliver and deploy 150 Tetra base stations in Eastern Saudi Arabia in the coming months. After Bravo’s positive experience with Airbus’ radio coverage during this year’s Hajj pilgrimage in the West region, the  operator expanded its cooperation with Airbus via the local reseller, House of Invention (HOI).

“When it comes to modernising and upgrading large PMR networks, we are the key choice in the Middle East because of our experience and versatile technology”, said Selim Bouri, head of Middle East and Asia-Pacific for secure land communications at Airbus. “In recent years, we have proved that our networks and services meet the high expectations of public safety users in Saudi Arabia. Airbus will also continue to deliver excellent solutions to industrial users.”

Bravo, which is fully owned by Saudi Telecom Company, provides professional mobile radios to industries, agencies and various government organisations. The company operates a separate network in parallel to that of the Ministry of the Interior, also known as Unified Secure Communication Network of Saudi Arabia (USeC). Both the Bravo network and USeC are based on Tetra technology.

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