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entrol update shows renewal of trust by Spanish Police
The Spanish Police has updated its entrol H11/H135 FNPT II MCC for a FTD Level 2. The force has been using entrol devices for some fourteen years.
The H11 FTD Level 2 simulator.

The Spanish Police has updated its H11/H135 FNPT II MCC, installed by entrol in 2008, for a latest generation Level 2 FTD.

This H11/H135 Level 2 FTD simulator will include entrol's high-resolution database, its FLIR based long-range infrared camera, vibration system and a spherical visual system with a field of view of 200º x 70º and six top-quality Full HD projectors.

“This project is an important achievement for us, as we can see how the confidence in FTD devices increases due to their high quality. We also want to thank the Spanish Police for its trust in our products. It has continued to trust us for its simulator solutions throughout 14 years of cooperation,” says sales director Nacho Navacerrada.

This simulator joins the long list of entrol simulators installed in Spain.

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