The new BRT corridor of Acapulco city will be supported by TELTRONIC TETRA solution for communications management.
October 2014. Acapulco, Mexico. The buses network of Acapulco, called ACABUS, will be extended throughout the construction of a main corridor (BRT) of 16 km in length and 30 passenger stations which will reduce journeys in major areas of the city.
TELTRONIC will deliver a TETRA system composed of NEBULA infrastructure, handheld terminals HTTT-500, desktop units DT-410 and on-board equipment.
The on-board equipment will be integrated with a traffic regulation and control application (AVLS) provided by the Mexican company Teknei, providing voice communications with drivers as well as train-to-ground data messages for the traffic regulation and the remote control of vehicles.
The new digital TETRA system together with the modernization of the vehicle fleet will solve the problems found in terms of urban mobility making Acapulco’s national and international reputation is hold.
Backed by over 40 years of experience in the design, manufacturing, and implementation of digital and analog land mobile radio (PMR) projects worldwide on a turnkey basis, TELTRONIC S.A.U. has the experience provided by the more than 400 systems deployed in more than 60 countries. TELTRONIC presents a broad portfolio of critical communication solutions for the transportation, public safety, utilities, and industrial sectors based on TETRA, P25, and LTE technologies. Its portfolio also covers end-user applications and systems for Integrated Command and Control Centers and custom surveillance to these markets.
TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) is an open standard defined by the European Institute of Standardization (ETSI). The main target of the TETRA standard is to define a set of interfaces, services and functionalities to cover the needs of the traditional PMR professional users, making easy the interoperability between the products designed by all the vendors. TETRA technology defines a digital radio system with privacy and confidentiality, better audio quality and improvements in the data transmission capacity.