This agreement gives continuity to the satellite connectivity services that Eurona has been providing since 2013 to the Emergency Services of the Generalitat Valenciana
The company consolidates its position as an operator of high connectivity via satellite for emergency services and mobility.
Eurona, the Spanish telecommunications multinational, has extended its alliance with the Valencian Agency for Security and Emergency Response (AVSRE) and will offer a satellite connection to its fleet of vehicles until November 2021.
With this new operation, the telecommunications company strengthens its "large accounts" division (B2B) and also consolidates its position as a high connectivity operator in mobility for emergency services dependent on the Government and Public Administration, as the agreement with the Generalitat Valenciana joins Eurona's alliances with the emergency services of other Autonomous Communities such as Extremadura, Galicia, Cantabria, Navarra and La Rioja.
This alliance also reinforces Eurona's commitment to emergency situations, where speed in communications is of vital importance for the deployment of devices and the exchange of information in real time.
Thus, under this agreement, Eurona renews the Internet connection and satellite telephony services already provided to the Advanced Command Post (PMA) truck since 2013 and will extend its service by also providing connectivity to the communications vehicle, so that the two mobile units are always connected to the AVSRE Coordination Centre.
In this way, the fleet of vehicles will have sufficient connection speed to access GoogleEarth, web browsing, e-mail, file transfer and access to the public telephone network and the correct exchange of information with the Coordination Centre. All with sufficient capacity to support the sending of Images in real time from anywhere, access to the Corporate Information System and the Integrated Emergency Management System of the Generalitat.
Furthermore, beyond the technical and logistical plan, Eurona will also train AVSRE's technical staff for the correct operation and configuration of the satellite system and will make available to the Generalitat Valenciana its commitment to 24/7 incident service and full equipment maintenance service.
According to Fernando Ojeda, CEO of EURONA, "in an emergency situation, information and communications are of vital importance. This is precisely where the satellite is positioned as the only technology capable of guaranteeing optimum quality connectivity to connect and inform in the event of any catastrophe or emergency in real time".