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Motorola enables smarter airports

With advanced, mission-critical radio systems, airport staff are better equipped to provide a safe and smooth travel experience

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Airports around the world are striving towards delivering a better passenger experience
Airports around the world are striving towards delivering a better passenger experience

Motorola Solutions is deploying new digital radio communications systems across the airports of Ibiza, Malaga-Costa del Sol, Alicante-Elche and 13 Greek islands.

 

With the increase of air travellers and heightened security measures, airports are under immense pressure during the summer holidays to move passengers through terminals and onto their flights in the most efficient and safest way possible, the company notes.

 

Aiming for the best passenger experience

 

Under this framework, Motorola Solutions is rolling out state-of-the-art radio communications systems across the Mediterranean for improved security, coordination, efficiency and to provide the best passenger experience.

 

Motorola Solutions’ claims its portfolio of devices offers complete flexibility to enable a smart airport: from terrestrial trunked radio (Tetra) to digital mobile radio (DMR) two-way radios to Industrial IoT (IIOT) for remote monitoring.

"Growing numbers of passengers in airports across the region means security and quality of service becomes a more challenging task"

A new MOTOTRBO capacity plus multi-site DMR system has already been deployed across 13 airports in Greece which are Aktion, Chania, Kavala, Corfu, Kos, Mytilene, Mykonos, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos, Thessaloniki and Zakynthos.

 

In Spain, the airports of Ibiza, Malaga-Costa del Sol and Alicante-Elche will benefit from public safety-grade Dimetra Tetra systems which will bring enhanced voice and data communications to ground staff, security personnel, maintenance and operations teams. According to Motorola, these new systems will help increase travellers’ safety as well as the efficiency of ground operations.

 

“Airports across Europe have long been traditional users of our reliable radio communication solutions,” said Phil Jefferson, vice president Western Europe and North Africa at Motorola Solutions.

 

“Growing numbers of passengers in airports across the region means security and quality of service becomes a more challenging task. With advanced mission-critical radio systems, airport staff are better equipped to provide a safe and smooth travel experience for passengers.”

 

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