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BK Technologies Awarded Six New Purchase Orders Totaling $8.9 Million from USDA Forest Service

Lte | P25 | 2022-07-27

The purchase orders are part of the Company’s 5-year Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, announced in May 2021.


BK Technologies Awarded $1.0 Million PO from USDA Forest Service for BKR 5000

Lte | P25 | 2021-12-29

The United States Forest Service is an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture that administers the nation’s 154 national forests and 20 national grasslands.


Arizona Department of Forestry & Fire Management Selects BK Technologies’ BKR 5000

Lte | P25 | 2021-09-15

BK Technologies Corporation announced that the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management has selected BK’s new BKR 5000 portable communications technology for purchase and deployment as the agency implements its lifecycle replacement program.


BK Technologies Awarded $2.5 Million Purchase Order for BKR 5000 Radio

Lte | P25 | 2021-08-11

BK Technologies Corporation announced that it has received a purchase order valued at $2.5 million from the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service (USFS) for its new BKR 5000 portable communications technology.


Aragon will Improve the Coordination of its Emergency Services with a Critical Communications Network

Tetra | 2021-08-05

The government of this Spanish autonomous community has awarded a contract worth 10.6 million euros to the Teltronic-Telefónica temporary consortium for the deployment of a Digital Mobile Communications Network.


Caltta DMR Radio Plays Important Role in Chifeng City Forest Fire

Dmr | 2021-04-21

In order to enable instant communications, the rescue team was equipped with Caltta’s portable DMR radio, the PH790. Through this radio, firefighters were connected seamlessly.


Forestry Bureau Adopts POCSTARS Push-to-talk and Dispatching System

Lte | 2021-04-15

To increase the task forces’ efficiency in protecting & managing the nation’s most important natural resources and ensure their safety when working in the depth of woods, the Forestry Bureau decided to further optimize its private communications networks.


BelFone Emergency Communications Solution Empowers Forestry Management in Northeastern China

Dmr | 2021-02-26

In order to optimize wildfire prevention and control, Heilongjiang provincial forest ministry turns to BelFone Communications for a reliable and efficient radio communications solution.


BK Technologies Receives $1.4 Million in P25 Radio Orders From USDA Forest Service

P25 | 2020-05-28

BK Technologies Corporation today announced that its operating subsidiary received orders totaling approximately $1.4 million dollars from the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).


BK Technologies Receives P25 Radio Order from USDA Forest Service

P25 | 2019-07-29

BK Technologies Corporation recently announced that its operating subsidiary received an order totaling approximately $3.1 million dollars from the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).


RELM Wireless Receives $1.5 Million in Orders from USDA Forest Service

P25 | 2018-02-15

RELM Wireless Corporation (NYSE American: RWC) last week announced that it received orders totaling approximately $1.5 million dollars from the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).


TAIT Completed Successful UnifyVehicle Trials with National Forestry Services Company

Lte | 2017-11-25

Tait's UnifyVehicle mobile multi-bearer communications platform triggered safety alerts from a worker’s Tait digital portable radio to their vehicle’s Unify platform and then to satellite.


RELM Wireless Receives $25 Million Blanket Purchase Agreement from USDA/U.S. Forest Service

P25 | 2017-10-26

RELM Wireless Corporation (NYSE American: RWC) today announced that it was awarded a five-year blanket purchase agreement (BPA) from the USDA/U.S. Forest Service (USFS).


Wake Forest Purchases Catalyst Consoles for DMR System

Dmr | 2013-10-23

The capability of having immediate push-to-talk access to our radio users is vitally important to the operations of Wake Forest’s security personnel,” said Kenneth Overholt, deputy chief of the Wake Forest University Police Department


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