We believe that technology advancement is for the good of people, business, government and society. As an innovator of professional wireless communications, Hytera promotes products that improve organizational efficiency at daily basis, and communication solutions that can be counted on in critical situations. Though we are passionate about technology innovation, we do recognize that the world needs more than just technologies to answer compelling needs of the global community. Through charitable donations and by expanding access to reliable communications, we offered rapid response to natural disasters that the humanity faces.
April, Hytera deployed emergency communications equipments to support Earthquake Relief in Ya'an China.
March, Hytera donated 300 radios worth of 15 million Yen to Japan earthquake stricken areas.
January 19, HYT America, Inc. donated one hundred TC-700 radios to Haiti through NGO Food for the Poor.
August 17, HYT donated three hundred radios to Taiwan typhoon stricken areas.
June 8, HYT donated one hundred TC-700 radios to earthquake relief forces dispatched from Jinan to Sichuan.
May 24, HYT donated one hundred TC-700 radios to earthquake relief forces dispatched from Guangdong to Sichuan.
May 21, HYT donated one hundred TC-700 radios to earthquake relief forces dispatched from Beijing to Sichuan.
May 19, HYT donated two-way radios worth 300,000 CNY through China Charity to Sichuan earthquake stricken areas.
May 16, HYT donated over 400 T-shirts to Sichuan earthquake stricken areas.
May 15, HYT employees donated 102,264.8 CNY and HYT Company donated 200,000 CNY to communities in Sichuan earthquake stricken areas.
May 14, HYT donated two-way radios worth 50,000 CNY to disaster relief forces in Sichuan earthquake areas.
May 13, HYT donated umbrellas and flash lights worth 50,000 CNY to Sichuan area which had been stricken by a serious earthquake the day before.
April 2, HYT donated wireless communications equipments worth 50,000 CNY to disaster relief forces in Hunan and Guizhou province, where public communications were seriously disrupted by blizzard.