Hytera Critical Communications Solutions Facilitate A Safe APEC Summit

Hytera Critical Communications Solutions Facilitate A Safe APEC Summit

Wide deployment of Hytera critical communications systems at Thai international airports, APEC meeting venues, and hotels empowers all task forces to communicate and coordinate efficiently.

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit, joined by leaders, ministers, and delegates of both APEC and non-APEC members, concluded successfully on 19 November in Bangkok. Leading up to this major event local authorities and institutions made substantive preparations to gear up the infrastructure and personnel. Hytera’s critical communications systems and devices were adopted to equip the teams of Thai international airports, Royal Thai Police, APEC meeting venues and hotels.

Partnering with Aeronautical Radio of Thailand LTD., Hytera supplied TETRA portable radios to six international airports including the Suvarnabhumi Airport. Empowered by the resilient and robust critical communication networks, the six airports operated impeccably to accommodate the surge of travellers brought by the Summit and a special public holiday.

“Resilient and efficient communication is pivotal to safe airport management,” said Ms. Lynn Lin, manager of Hytera Thailand. “Our solutions and equipment not only meet

the clients’ high requirement for communication but also help ramp up security at the airport.”

Hytera also provided DMR two-way radios to the Communications Division of the Royal Thai Police. The radios assisted the police in their daily operations and tasks at the APEC Summit.

Hytera’s business-critical communications solution, especially the Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) radios, was widely by hotels and security companies in Bangkok.

2022 marks the fifteenth year since Hytera expanded its business footprint in Thailand. Hytera’s local team has made a remarkable effort in serving customers from different sectors and supporting partners to explore the markets.

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