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Swedish Police Signs Framework Agreement With INVISIO

Multiple Agencies, Thousands of Users

Previously communicated award decisions by the Swedish Police have now been formalised in two framework agreements with INVISIO for communication equipment with active hearing protection, the company announced on 8 October.

The agreements contain no guarantees of volume, with call-offs to be made at need, but INVISIO estimates that it includes thousands of police officers and the potential value of the agreements, over their lifetimes, to be between SEK 50-75 million (€4.6-6.9 million).

The two framework agreements signed are for communication equipment with active hearing protection and are valid for two years, with an option for a two-year extension. The agreements refer to the Police Authority, Police training (Police Academies), the Swedish Security Service and the Swedish Economic Crime Authority.

The agreements with the Swedish Police are important references for INVISIO in relation to the ongoing modernisation of communication equipment that is taking place globally in the police and security sector. INVISIO’s system is well in line with these initiatives, ensuring good hearing protection while enabling the user to communicate with retained situational awareness in extreme environments.

We are very proud of this opportunity to offer thousands of Swedish police officers INVISIO’s world-leading communication system with active hearing protection, which can improve their ability to communicate with retained situational awareness in noisy environments,” commented Lars Højgård Hansen, INVISIO’s CEO.

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