The MoU was signed by PT Len director of operation, Mr Linus Andor Mulana Sidjabat, and Teltronic transport business development director, Mr Felipe Sanjuán, and both companies also intend to develop a potential commercial cooperation scheme.

Teltronic says a number of global applications have shown the efficiency of Tetra technology for rail signalling systems, and its end-to-end solution includes all the elements of the communications system including equipment for backhaul system infrastructure, specialised on-board radios and user interfaces, and the CeCo-Trans Control Centre.

As well as supporting the signalling data transfer, Teltronic says the solution enables it to offer services such as interconnection with PA and intercom systems, applications to manage and control fleets as well as support onboard communication networks to manage events and alarms, and real-time CCTV onboard trains and at stations.

“We have the expertise of developing rail signalling projects with Tetra, not only with tests and essays but with actual references that are currently in operation and that demonstrate that we are a valid partner regarding signalling applications,” Sanjuán says. “This agreement boosts our strengths and reinforces us with a company whose reputation is a guarantee, and improves our presence in a paramount market for us. In addition, this agreement allows us to explore new applications such as in high speed trains.”