KIMA is a modern Mission Critical Push to Talk communication system from Faroese Telecom. The system is routed in the Faroese context and intended those who serve us and keep us safe. KIMA enables the islands’ search and rescue teams to operate safely on land, at sea and in the air.

KIMA enables users to communicate and collaborate one-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-many. Furthermore KIMA makes it possible for users to send text messages, share photos and files and video stream from any emergency situation. 

KIMA is leveraging our world class mobile network which has close to 100% coverage on land, at sea and in the air. The mobile network at Føroya Tele is among the best and safest worldwide and this guarantees the quality of KIMA 24/7.     


This is

KIMA


The logo

The logo symbolises a shield with double barriers. Inside the two barriers there is a lock with a digital security pattern illustrating the robustness of the solutions security. KIMA is a Mission Critical Push to Talk solution and to illustrate this the initials of MCPTT are edged into the logo.

The name

In local Faroese language KIMA means ringing. When church bells ringing it is often related to church services. However it used to be different. In earlier days the church bell rang when something significant was happening and an important message had to get out to a whole village. The ringing signified that people immediately stopped what they were doing and gathered around as the church bell rang. An example is the storm bell which rang in cases of fire or when an enemy was approaching. Although reasons can differ and have changed over time we leverage KIMA when we need to gather people in cases of emergencies. With the name KIMA we use an expression which falls back on something traditional even though there is nothing traditional about this state of the art communication system.

Contact

Hans Jákup Langgaard

Chief Executive Officer
FT Samskifti

M: (+298) 243308
E: hjl@ft.fo