Dispatch News
DARTMOUTH, Nova Scotia, Canada – August 4, 2016 – The State of California has awarded a contract to Dartmouth-based Pantel International for the supply of integrated radio dispatch consoles, with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) as the primary customer. After an extensive procurement process, Pantel was the successful bidder for the CHP project, which will be implemented in multiple phases over the next several years.

Pantel has been supplying critical communications systems for agencies across Canada since 1997, and over the past five years has grown considerably into the U.S. market. With the recent client additions of the Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon State Police, and the U.S. Department of Energy, this latest award with CHP illustrates Pantel’s capabilities in providing world-class critical communications products.

“The California Highway Patrol provides vital services for the residents of California, and we are pleased to be given the opportunity to work with them to supply their next-generation console system.” said Chris Oldham, Vice President of Operations for Pantel. “It is a testament to the skills and capabilities of small businesses in Nova Scotia that such high-profile international agencies are willing to put their trust in Canadian SMEs like Pantel.”

The California Highway Patrol’s console system will include Pantel’s InterTalk™ integrated voting and steering system, a customized user interface meeting CHP’s unique operations, and the ability to share and manage radio traffic between geographically dispersed dispatch sites across the State.

It is expected that the first installations for the new CHP console system will take place in 2017.

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