Guaranteed coverage inside the Anne Frank House
The Anne Frank Foundation was established on 3 May 1957 in collaboration with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. An independent non-profit organisation that manages and opens up Anne Frank’s hiding place and brings Anne’s life story to the attention of people worldwide.
With Anne’s story as its basis, the Anne Frank House develops exhibitions, educational programmes and publications. The Foundation looks after Anne Frank’s collection and opens the hiding place to the public. Its aim is to make young people aware of the dangers of anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.
The Anne Frank House attracts 1.3 million visitors every year and is open 7 days a week from 9am to 10pm during the peak season (April – November). This requires a professional team of employees who can communicate efficiently with each other.
From a national to a private two-way-radio system
For this efficient communication, the Anne Frank House replaced a nationwide two-way radio network and outdated equipment with a TETRA network and TETRA two-way radios from Flash. At first, a DMR system was considered, but after Flash (which supplies both DMR and TETRA systems) had thoroughly checked the requirements and recommended a TETRA system, the Anne Frank House decided to opt for TETRA. In terms of authorisation and integration with other systems, TETRA offers more possibilities than does DMR.
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