About Oelmann Elektronik

Oelmann Elektronik develops, manufactures, supplies and maintains equipment and the systems of professional mobile communications, including turn–key and a custom–made solutions, worldwide.


Extensive experience in the telecommunications industry, serial and customized/OEM production, hardware and software solutions development.

COMPANY PROFILE, PDF

Facts

  • Founded: 1974
  • Location: Springe, Hannover area, Germany
  • Headquarter office: 450 m2
  • Production/labs: 1200 m2
  • Direct employees: 35
  • Activity: worldwide

Specialized

  • Development and manufacturing
  • Supplies, integration and maintenance
  • Training and support

Customers

  • Governmental, corporate and public services
  • Transport and utilities
  • Hospitals and healthcare
  • Personnel security services
  • Industrial customers
  • Oil and gas

Departments

  • Research and development
  • Production
  • Sales
  • Purchasing
  • Dispatch / deliveries
  • Accounts and customer service
  • Quality Management
  • Repair

Management

  • Evert ter Veen / CEO, Dipl.–Ing.
  • Dieter Buch / CEO, IT Specialist

Industry exhibitions

History

  • 1974: Founded, in Bennigsen, Hannover area, by Robert Oelmann. The company supplied high quality radio products and solution to governmental, public and safety services, industrial customers.
  • 1993: Software development covers not only the embedded area like standard micro–controller, but also DSP.
  • 2005: New management is represented by Evert ter Veen and Dieter Buch.
  • 2009: Transfer of licence for manufacturing, development and support of ACCESSNET product line from R&S Bick Mobilfunk GmbH to Oelmann Elektronik GmbH.
  • 2014: Company relocation to Springe, to larger and modern premises.
  • 2015: Development and production of new portable devices; a complete overhaul of the system and infrastructure subdivisions.
  • 2016: Development and deliveries of BT-190 Phase II console, new TETRA and WLAN portable devices.
  • 2017: Development and deliveries of SME smartphones.
  • 2017: Development and deliveries of PRS/ESPA base stations.
  • 2018: Development and deliveries of SME Messenger Series apps.
  • 2018: Development and deliveries of compact PRS solutions for the modern IP nurse-call systems.

Some references

  • 2016-2018 Netherlands: BT-190 Phase II / PEI interface racks supplier, C2000.
  • 2015−2018 Germany: DVI IP-interconnections and BT-190 TETRA PEI/ACAPI consoles, Hytera.
  • 2014 Norway: delivery and maintenance the complete fleets of TETRA messengers, countrywide.
  • 2013 Airwave, Northwestern: TETRA messengers for ambulance services.
  • 2012 Germany, Landkreis Cuxhaven: complete state−wide digital paging system.
  • 2009−2015 Russia: manufacture and supply the nationwide corporate trunking system infrastructure, Bank of Russia, 56 complete trunking cells 3−8 carriers each, including complete mobile base station solutions. Operating as multiprotocol MPT1327IP/DMR Tier III/TETRA corporate system.
  • 2012−2015 Germany, Berlin: the processor modules, interfaces and basic software for the S-Bahn corporate trunking system.
  • 2009 Rohde & Schwarz Bick Mobilfunk: moving all licenses and further development/production of the entire ACCESSNET−MPT line of equipment to Oelmann.
  • 2006−2009 Motorola application/system partner: mobile development TETRA.
  • 2006 Germany, Landkreis Hildesheim: complete state−wide digital paging system.
  • 2001 Germany: BOS solutions supplier.
Devices, solutions and systems developed and produced by Oelmann Elektronik

2019

  • PRS345 POCSAG base station
  • SIRIUS/NAG ESPA compact POCSAG software suite
  • LX7 high quality compact digital pager with various feedback and personal security options

2018

  • IP-audio TETRA gateway
  • SIRIUS/NAG IP client/server POCSAG software suite
  • WiFi Pager Phase II
  • Inductive beacon for precise indoor personnel location
  • Messenger Alarm app for the SME/POCSAG smartphones

2017

  • PRS341/ESPA compact POCSAG base station
  • SME Series portable devices
  • Digital Power Monitor (DPM/OEM) for any radio base station / transmitter

2016

  • Complete line of the multichargers for all Oelmann pagers
  • BT-190 Phase II TETRA desktop console
  • TETRA PEI-Gateway / DVS-card Phase II / ACAPI gateway
  • RFID modules / LX Series RFID pagers
  • TOM264 Embedded TETRA module
  • BOS-Krypto LX Series pagers
  • TPMS portable scanner

2015

  • TME Messenger advanced
  • IS-340 BS Phase II

2014-2002

  • 2014: WiFi Pager Phase I
  • 2013: TB–400 TETRA/DMR/MPT trunking system
  • 2012: TME 260 TETRA pager ATEX
  • 2011: MPT1327 trunking system, formerly ACCESSNET-MPT
  • 2010: TETRA Pager / The Messenger (TME/Viper Series)
  • 2009: GD 263 Large Information Display
  • 2008: LX2 / LX4 Synthesizer
  • 2007: PRS 341 Private Paging System
  • 2006: KH 150 Motorbike–Kit
  • 2005: IS 340 SIRIUS System TETRA–POCSAG
  • 2004: DVS 137 Transition–System
  • 2003: PS 621 TEM–Cell
  • 2002: NRS 162 Emergency Transmitter

2001

  • DME 226 BOS–Pager / Firestorm III digital
  • ME 225 BOS–Pager / Skyfire II analog

2000-1990

  • 2000: Monitor–Receiver for Motorola / AEG
  • 1999: FSE 099 Hands–Free–Kit
  • 1998: DME 219 Desktop–Charger
  • 1997: BT 039 Dispatcher Console
  • 1996: MEKO 069 Direction Coupler
  • 1995: BOS–Funkmeldesystem (ME200/FME88/Skyfire)
  • 1994: DAG Relay Circuit
  • 1993: LG 9 Charger for Pager
  • 1992: DAG 100 En–/ de–coder
  • 1991: 6491 D UKW–Receiver
  • 1990: KE 70 Commander–Receiver 4–Chanel

1988

  • FMS–Control–Station
  • P9 Telesignal Pager / AEG

1987-1974

  • 1987: QE 92 Monitor Receiver
  • 1986: Telesignal S Ex Decoder
  • 1985: KS 526 Ident memory En–/de–coder
  • 1984: FSU 048 Radio check clock
  • 1983: DAG 064 Digital Alarm En–/de–coder
  • 1982: DAG 70 En–/de–coder
  • 1981: QE 5 Monitor receiver
  • 1980: CTP 2003 Transmitter encoder
  • 1979: Teleboy 53 LS Pager
  • 1978: 515 Ident encoder
  • 1977: PKA 601 Test Decoder
  • 1976: SRG 290 B Alarm–encoder
  • 1975: AST 201 Control Point
  • 1974: ME 80 Pager