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Southern Africa and Africa are developing countries with a need for improved safety and security. One of the important enablers for safety and security that requires development, expansion and investment is reliable and effective voice and data communications suitable for public safety use. The South African regulator has accepted TETRA as the standard for public safety communications in South Africa and most metropolitan areas do have TETRA infrastructures installed for primarily voice communications.
TETRA narrowband two-way radio standard and other critical communications equipment will grow by 13% in MEA region by 2019
TETRA will account for 65% of the installed base of terminals by 2019
14,000 to 15,000 radios were shipped into the South Africa region in 2015
Having events such as Critical Communications for Africa would go a long way to enlighten, convince and provide guidance to a larger audience of decision makers.
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