In this our 12th year of exhibiting at the Emergency Services Show, we are delighted to welcome visitors to our Innovation & Engagement Hub to experience the latest mobile command solutions & capabilities currently supporting incident response across police, fire, ambulance and other responding agencies.
THE FUTURE OF RESILIENCE: BLENDED COMMUNICATIONS
Excelerate specialise in delivering resilient communications for complex and critical environments by combining and integrating multiple solutions e.g 3G, 4G, LTE, COFDM & Satellite that seamlessly switch and connect.
This secure, private, multi-bearer communications network supports real time data, video and voice applications even when terrestrial networks are congested, under threator suffering from disruption.
Whether integrated on-board frontline or rapid response vehicles,command & control units or into rugged portable systems, Excelerate’sresilient communications solutions are customised to support user/operational outcomes. In addition they are implemented with the most efficient, simple to operate systems.
NEW DEMO VEHICLE LAUNCH
Excelerate will be unveiling a new concept 4×4 rapid response vehicle with the very latest on-the-move communications capability. This futuristic new vehicle will provide superior‘always on’ connectivity – keeping responders connected whenever and wherever required.
NEW PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
Designed with ease of use and flexibility in mind, Excelerate’s Portable Hub and Connex Hub enable real-time transfer of data, video & voice applications – keeping responders connected in critical environments. Whether a vehicle-based or portable solution is required, Excelerate have options to suit all.
Portable and compact, Excelerate’s portable video streaming unit brings multiple feeds together via the ‘ExStream’ video management solution. Footage can be shared & accessed via authorised tablets, desktops and smartphones. Other camera solutions at the show include Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), Rapid Deploy, Long-Range, Thermal and Body-Worn.
NOT TO BE MISSED
The Northamptonshire Joint Operations Team will be hosting sessions around their connected vehicle strategy and will be demonstrating how technology has supported operational outcomes for major pre-planned event security and spontaneous complex incidents. Case Studies include British Grand Prix F1 event at Silverstone and multi-agency response to a major fire.
Step inside and immerse yourself in our 360º virtual reality experience and discover how Excelerate’s vehicle based solutions are supporting operational outcomes. Example VR case studies include: Northamptonshire Joint Operations Team, West Midlands Ambulance Service, South Wales Fire & Rescue, Wiltshire Police, The Environment Agency, Yorkshire Water and more. View them on Desktop or Mobile here
JOIN IN THE CONVERSATION
Each territory and sector faces it’s own unique set of challenges, that is why better engagement for an improved understanding is required early on in any project. We work closely with customers to design and integrate solutions that can not only support interoperability between existing and emerging technologies, but can also create a foundation for future development within any operational environment.
We learn a great deal from those who visit us at events and look forward to demonstrating how our solutions are currently being used to support operational outcomes
Nicola Savage – Managing Director, Excelerate Group.
REASONS TO VISIT
- Discover the latest technology innovations and possibilities regarding multiple data, video, voice applications with a practical hands on approach
- Connect with colleagues from the wider emergency services community and discuss lessons learned
- Share knowledge for best practice on how other services are utilizing technology to support operational requirements
- Learn how technology can drive efficiencies, enhance security and improve collaborative working
- Assess current capabilities and future operational requirements
- Collaborate in a focused environment with colleagues and other operational users