Teltronic is supplying Chinese rolling stock manufacturer CRRC with TETRA onboard radios destined for 26 new trains. The trains will be used as part of the transport system in the Mexican city of Monterrey.

According to Teltronic, it will provide its RTP-300 solution, which -“due to its compact size” - is frequently used in tram and metro systems. The technology “complies with the EN50155 and EN45545 railway standards, offers voice and data services, and enables the management of functionalities such as connection to public address and intercom systems, vehicle location via GPS, and alarm/event management.”

Speaking of the commission, Teltronic's director of transport business development, Felipe Sanjuán, said: "This project allows us to consolidate our relationship with CRRC, and reinforces our strategy of seeking alliances with the major integrators that work at a global level. Teltronic has worked together with the world's leading manufacturers. We will continue to pursue this approach, and seek new collaborations to access new opportunities."

The new trains will be used across Monterrey’s three metro lines. Teltronic has previously - in 2015 -, supplied the city’s public transport system with an end-to-end solution, consisting of terminals, infrastructure and its control centre solution, CeCoCo.

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