West Melbourne, Florida-based RELM Wireless Corp. recently upped its supply for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) division of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security based on an approximately $1.9 million order for additional equipment and services.
The contract originated in September 2015 with a starting total of $26.2 million. With the TSA’s extra order, placed in February, the arrangement has now been extended through Sept. 27, 2017.
"We are pleased that TSA has elected to extend its contract with RELM,” David Storey, RELM president and CEO, said. “The deployment of equipment and services during the first year has gone well and according to schedule. Additionally, feedback from TSA personnel at various levels has been very positive. We look forward to continue impressing this important customer and extending our relationship for the full duration of all the option years."
RELM Wireless Corp. has manufactured and distributed two-way communications equipment for close to 70 years, catering to government agencies and the public safety industry as well as commercial applications. Among its latest developments are digital two-way radio systems compliant with APCO Project 25 (P25) specifications.
APCO Project 25 oversees interoperability between different audio platforms. Created by the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials, P25 is approved by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
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