Becoming a member of SATA ensures that Panorama Antennas are at the front of the queue to supply antennas to the South African emergency services
London, UK (PRWEB) October 4, 2009
Panorama Antennas this week announced that they had joined the South African TETRA Association (SATA) to share their knowledge and skills in manufacturing antennas for the emergency services.
With TETRA UHF being implemented across South Africa before the FIFA World Cup 2010, there is a large demand for TETRA antennas and a tight deadline. The South African police force is looking to go one step further than Europe and integrate cutting edge WiMAX technology into their security systems.
Panorama Antennas are the product of choice for the vast majority of UK police forces and security services world wide and supply antennas to the leading manufacturers in the industry.
"Becoming a member of SATA ensures that Panorama Antennas are at the front of the queue to supply antennas to the South African emergency services," stated Christopher Jesman, Managing Director, Panorama Antennas Limited, "With the major project of the FIFA World Cup on the horizon we see South Africa as an area of high growth for us in the coming year."
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About Panorama Antennas Ltd:
Panorama Antennas, a family business now in its 3rd generation, is a leading design and manufacturer of antennas for radio communications. Established in London in 1947, Panorama started life as a company manufacturing consumer products. By 1952, buoyed by huge demand for TV's in the UK, Panorama moved into the manufacturing of components for televisions including antennas.
Today, Panorama is a major producer of antennas for telecommunications and electronics companies around the world, and has 8 overseas sales offices.
Mark Jesman, head of marketing
Panorama Antennas Ltd
+44 (0)20 8877 4444