Fast, joined up communications in crisis situations
At moments of national crisis, during incidents such as the 9/11 attacks, the London 7/7 bombings, large scale flooding or earthquakes, central government emergency management organisations rely on solutions from Excelerate to supply dynamic data, video, voice and remote access communications in real time.
We have a track record of successful implementations where we have demonstrated our ability to integrate and standardise diverse technologies, enable ease of use and connectivity for multi agency communications.
The benefits – a clearer picture for everyone involved, improved command decision-making and a better-informed public.
Resilient Communications in Civil Contingency, Public Disorder, Transport and Security, Education, Community Support and Library Services
Local authorities face many challenges in the protection and well being of their communities. The delivery of a range of essential services at the local level relies on rapid and resilient communications.
From civil contingency planning to providing education services in remote areas we can support you with our satellite broadband solutions.
Satellite broadband can deliver huge accessibility and cost reduction benefits to schools, local authorities, community support and youth projects and continuing education services, especially when budgets are being cut for fixed location facilities.
Even in remote areas satellite broadband is enabling the delivery of a range of local services where standard Internet is ineffective.
Whether local service providers operate dedicated vehicles or portable exhibition equipment, Excelerate can tailor technological solutions that allow instant Internet access wherever services need to be delivered, and this can be done for a highly competitive cost, as many local authorities are already finding.
- The Borough of Hounslow creative media bus
- Carmarthenshire County Council mobile library
- Powys County Council mobile youth information service
Sherpa Surveillance System cameras can be deployed to areas without fixed CCTV coverage, allowing local authorities and police forces to monitor and deal with public disorder and anti-social behaviour problems in specific areas without having to undertake costly and excessive CCTV installations.
Any suitable pole or lamp post can be used to mount cameras at scenes where close observation and monitoring are required.
- Social disorder
- Anti-social behaviour
- Emergency situations
- Event monitoring
- Crowd control
- Arson attacks
- Traffic monitoring
- Speed regulation
The very presence of the Sherpa cameras deters would-be offenders and sends a signal out to all that we are watching and protecting the area. Its portability and fast deployment make Sherpa an essential part of the criminal detection and deterrent toolbox.