Dublin and Cork airports partner with TETRA Ireland.

DAA selected TETRA Ireland to provide secure, resilient, clear and immediate communication to help ensure the safety of over 30m passengers transiting per annum.

Irish Fire Service Migration to TETRA gathers pace

Early 2017 saw TETRA Ireland began preparations for the migration of the Irish Fire Service onto the National Digital Radio Service (NDRS), operated by TETRA Ireland.

The National Ambulance Service

For the NAS improving patient care is crucial and a rapid response, critical…

National Parks & Wildlife Services

The need for a resilient communications system proved to be a major influencer for The National Parks and Wildlife.

Fingal County Council

TETRA Ireland continues to roll out their communications and services solutions to County Councils throughout Ireland.

Irish Coast Guard

Security of communications and the ability to interact with other emergency and military services at a secure level.

An Garda Síochána

Before migrating to the NDRS, An Garda Síochána communicated over an old analogue radio network that did not offer a sufficient standard of service or voice quality.

Mountain Rescue Ireland

The ability to communicate, free of black spots, in all areas of Ireland’s mountain ranges with speed and clarity of sound.

Irish Revenue Commissioners

Replace an unreliable and insecure communications with a new dependable, national communications solution which supports interoperation with partnering agencies.

Irish Prison Service Communications

To provide a secure radio system that provides communications flexibility, user security and integrates Prisons with its external support services.

OSCE Ministerial Council

Given the numbers of persons involved, plans changed and evolved so it was essential also to be able to feed information to those involved in the logistical arrangements in "real time".

Irish State Visits - The Queen & U.S. President

Provide secure, resilient radio communications with sufficient capacity to support high volume voice traffic.