Ascom wins order for major prison complex in Germany

Oct 10, 2019

Ascom receives an order to renew the installations for communications and personal security in a major prison complex in Germany. The order amounts to around CHF 1.3 million.

Ascom wins a large order for its Enterprise product area in Germany. One of the largest prisons in Germany has chosen the proven Ascom IP-DECT system and additionally has concluded a service contract over 10 years. Among other things, around 200 base stations and 500 locators for fine localization as well as over 200 robust IP-DECT Protector terminals are used.

Alarm and work processes are supported by various Ascom software solutions. This also includes a guard control system for planning, controlling and monitoring guard tours and the visualization of emergency calls on floor plans.

Valerio Signorelli, Ascom Managing Director DACH, emphasizes: "The Ascom IP-DECT system has proven itself especially well for the security of employees in security environments. The solution features a large number of integrated alarm types, very precise localization of the employee who triggers the alarm, and very robust end devices for demanding everyday work. This order is proof of Ascom's competence in the Enterprise sector to meet the highest security requirements."


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