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Fort Telecom got its second type-approval certificate of transport infrastructure security systems

26th of February 2018

In 2017, Fort Telecom became the first Russian company to get a type-approval certificate of transport infrastructure security systems, when three models of TFortis switches were certificated by the Russian Federal Communications Agency.

In February 2018, two more PSW series switches – PSW-1G4F and PSW-2G4F – were certified. These Ethernet switches are designed to provide communication and transmit / receive information in airports, railway terminals, on the roads and other transport infrastructure facilities in the Russian Federation.

 After obtaining the first certificate, Fort Telecom has already entered into several major supply contracts. With the expansion of the certified equipment range, it will be possible to participate in more complex projects and provide better solutions for IP video surveillance networks.

“In 2018 TFortis brand turns 10 years old. It was originally created to meet the needs of large IP video surveillance projects. Over this period our switches have been successfully operated in different parts of Russia. We are planning to continue the certification of TFortis switches, selecting the models based on our customers’ demands,” said Fort Telecom Sales Manager Dmitriy Chavachin.

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Fort Telecom is a leading provider of M2M technologies and solutions. We develop and manufacture GLONASS/GPS fleet management systems under the trademarks FORT and FortMonitor and the equipment for ERA-GLONASS/eCall projects in Russia and worldwide (

Fort Telecom also develops and manufactures unique equipment for building unmanned IP video surveillance networks under the trademark TFortis ( TFortis equipment is used in Russia, the CIS, Europe, Turkey, the Gulf Region and a number of other regions.

Fort Telecom has an extensive dealer network, both in Russia and abroad, and is present in the market since 2007. The company is based in Perm (Russia).

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