Portugal to invest 150 million euros to strengthen emergency telecommunications networkycict
According to a report on the telecompaper website on June 22, officials of the Portuguese Interior Ministry recently announced that the Portuguese Integrated System for Emergency and Safety Network (SIRESP) will receive 150 million euros (about 3.6 billion yuan) in investment over the next five years to improve its performance and Stability, of which 75 million euros will be raised from an international public tender.
The SIRESP network is based on TETRA (Terrestrial Trunking Radio) technology, which is common to all European countries and complies with existing European standards established by ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute). Officials in the country said: The SIRESP network is an emergency communication network used for command, control and coordination in emergency situations, and it can now respond to the needs of more than 40,000 users simultaneously. This time they plan to further improve its performance.