A British company has landed a Home Office contract to upgrade the Border Force‘s legacy radio systems.
London-based Radiocoms Systems Ltd will introduce a push-to-talk ‘over cellular’ solution connecting UK staffers to ‘juxtaposed’ positions.
A statement said: “The contract centres around modernising their existing communication system to create a resilient infrastructure that adheres to Border Forces’ data and technology strategies.
“The new system will reduce operational costs and improve performance by enabling secure connections; allowing their teams to work more efficiently and safely.”
Philip Knight, Border Force, Detection Projects & Technology Team said: “Border Force’s number one priority is to keep our borders safe and secure. Reliable and secure communication systems are key to creating a resilient infrastructure for our frontline teams. We look forward to continuing our work alongside Radiocoms.”
A company spokesman added: “This contract is testament to the hard work and dedication of our team by providing excellent customer service and support. We look forward to using this technology to create a connected, safe and secure environment for their frontline teams.”