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Alicante Airport Interior to be Linked to Emergency Communication Network



The Valencia regional government has authorised an agreement between the Department of Finance, Economy and Public Administration and the airport operator AENA to provide coverage of the regional network of Digital Mobile Communications for Emergencies and Security (Comdes) in the interior of Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández Airport.

Under this agreement, the Generalitat will install, at the request of the Valencian Agency for Security and Emergency Response, a base station at this location that will facilitate emergency and security communications in the interior areas directly concerned by the self-protection plan of the Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández Airport.

The installation of this base station guarantees that, in the event of activation of the self-protection plan of the Alicante airport facilities, the emergency services of the Generalitat can have coverage of their Digital Mobile Emergency and Security Communications system within the terminal building.

The Comdes network, managed by the General Directorate of Information and Communications Technologies, aims to cover the mobile radio communications needs of all public entities competent in matters of security, emergency, prevention and rescue of the Generalitat. It constitutes, therefore, the standardised communications system for the essential services that intervene in an emergency or catastrophe in the area of ​​the Valencian Community, as well as a fundamental tool for the coordination of actions in these situations.

To do this, it has base stations throughout the territory and allows more than 1,445 simultaneous voice and data communications. It integrates more than 297 different fleets, among which are the health emergency or forest fire prevention services, the 112CV, the provincial and local firefighting consortiums, the Regional Police, the local police forces and the Civil Protection troops of 237 town councils, including provincial capitals.



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