CCW exhibitor press release: Teltronic


Teltronic will once again participate in Critical Communications World, the major global event for the critical communications industry, which will be held in Madrid from 3-5 November.

The company has prepared a large deployment for the event, in which it will have a major stand where it will showcase its communication solutions for the transport and public safety markets, as well as for the industrial sectors. It will demonstrate a proposal based on 5G technology that is configured as an optimal communications platform in the digitisation process towards Industry 4.0.

Thus, broadband solutions will have an important role in the Tetronic stand, but also the company’s latest developments in the realm of TETRA will have a prominent space. This includes the MCBS, a TETRA outdoor base station that, through the use of SDR (software defined radio) techniques, provides up to four carriers in a compact unit. This offers the highest level of performance in a single lightweight and compact device, with up to 40W of RF power.

This will not be the only new product to be presented at the event by the company. Also having its premiere will be the RTP-800, a new generation on-board product that integrates TETRA, LTE and Wi-Fi for voice and data communications in a single rack.

Via a demonstration installed on a fully virtualised network, visitors will be able to discover the capabilities of Teltronic's communication solutions and portfolio, including terminals, infrastructure, body worn cameras, on-board equipment and control centres.

In addition, the company has prepared an extensive programme of webinars and live streams through its social networks, so that all those customers and partners who cannot travel to Madrid can also learn about the latest trends in the world of critical communications.

Three ICCA nominations

Teltronic has three nominations at the prestigious International Critical Communications Awards 2021, which will be co-located in Madrid.

Two of these are in the transport category: one for the deployment of a private LTE network and its integration with the CBTC signalling system on Line 3 of the Bilbao Metro, and the other for the TETRA communications system deployed for the Sydney Metro. The latter was delivered in collaboration with the company’s partner in Australia, MCS Digital,

Finally, José Martín, CEO of Teltronic's North American subsidiary, PowerTrunk, is a finalist in the ‘Outstanding Contribution to Critical Communications’ category. This recognises the work of individuals and institutions which have made a valuable contribution to the industry, helping to increase the safety of users around the world.