Cartel Communication Systems announced today that it has been awarded the contract on the new Association of Public Safety Communications Officials Project 25 (P25) mission critical Land Mobile Radio communications system: the RCMP V Division Nunavut Radio Modernization project.
The plans for the RCMP V Division Radio Modernization project are built around a high availability and fault tolerant P25 digital radio network solution, one that is used by policing agencies, emergency services, and the utilities in Canada, the US and Australia.
Cartel's President, Steve Prescesky, is very pleased to be working on this important project for the RCMP.
"I am very excited that Cartel will provide a new digital radio system to the RCMP in Nunavut. Great communications are vital to their important work and we are proud to bring the latest technology," Prescesky said.
The RCMP currently operates a radio system in the V Division that serves mission critical communication needs of RCMP members in 25 remote communities. Cartel's integration solution will provide the RCMP in these communities seamless conventional P25 and trunked P25 talkgroup interoperability and cost effective desktop operations consoles with integrated mapping.
Cartel is delighted to be working with Etherstack and InterTalk on this project, adding their combined 30 years of innovation in the mission critical communications to our own. TASC Systems and Eventide will also be joining the team, bringing their respective expertise in reporting and call logging to the project.