Pramacom Prague is organized in compliance with the quality management system and environmental management designed, documented, implemented and sustainable as required by the international standards ČSN EN ISO 9001:2009 and ČSN EN ISO 14001:2005.

Designed to create conditions and environment for continuous enhancement of product quality, the system makes it possible to meet our customers’ needs and, at the same time, comply with the requirements for environmental protection in all our activities.

PEGAS is a digital cellular radio-communication system based on the TETRAPOL technology. The coverage of the Czech territory with radio signal was optimized while taking into account the IRS’ needs and implementation costs of the nationwide radio-communication network. The National Network consists of interconnected Regional Networks (RNs).

Following are the certified activities

  • Engineering activities related to the deployment and maintenance of telecommunication network infrastructure.
  • Procurement, sales, installation, maintenance and repairs of telecommunication equipment used for security and civil units.

Quality Control

Pramacom Prague is a holder of the quality management certificate covering communications and maintenance – ČSN EN ISO 9001:2009.

Pramacom Prague is regularly audited by TÜV Rheinland Group, certification agency.

Quality and Environment Policy

In compliance with the quality and environment management certificate, pursuant to ČSN EN ISO 9001:2009 and ČSN EN ISO 14001:2005, Pramacom Prague declared the Quality and Environment Policy.

Environmental Protection

In March 2007, Pramacom Prague went through a certification audit pursuant ČSN EN ISO 14001:2005 to assess the system of environmental management and, based on that, received a TÜV COTI certificate.

Security Clearance

Pramacom Prague applied to the Czech National Security Authority for security clearance related to security aspects of implementation of the PEGAS project and received the relevant clearance for work with classified documents in 1999.