Mission Critical Point to Point Communications.

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fire fighters Mission Critical Point to Point Communications.

Disconnected fireground intelligence.

Insufficient and inflexible communications on the fireground can create poor situational awareness and operational restrictions.

Find new ways to overcome
connectivity issues.

Mission critical point to point communication provides visibility of the operation, mitigates risk and all without comprising on security.

Enable connected devices and centralise your communications network, so you can focus on keeping your team safe.

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for a dynamic and connected emergency response.

Scenario 1: Tall building.

Eliminate hazards such as height and structure attenuation by connecting your team throughout a building with strategically placed rapid deployment repeaters and/smart LTE MCPTT devices for a 360 degree view of the fireground.

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1. Reliable, secure communications. 2. Event based reactions. 3. Always on solution. 4. Rugged, reliable LTE. 5. Create collaboration.

1. Reliable, secure communications.

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1. Reliable, secure communications.

Rapid deployment repeaters create an enhanced wider coverage area for the fire crew based within a building.

2. Event based reactions.

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2. Event based reactions.

Create a live connection to the Incident Command Unit vehicle to transform the support for firefighters on the scene and enable fast responses.

3. Always on solution.

Tall building communications system

3. Always on solution.

Hand portable radios keep teams communicating, whilst body worn video supports visibility and improves response performance.

4. Rugged, reliable LTE.

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4. Rugged, reliable LTE.

BBPTT on an LTE device creates visual and voice communication between the OIC, ICU and service headquarters.

5. Create collaboration.

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5. Create collaboration.

From the fireground, to the ICU and service head quarters, everyone is connected.

Scenario 2: Moorland fire

At large spatial incidents, effective communications between individuals, crews and command support personnel should be maintained at all times.

When deployed onto the fire ground, widely displaced teams can be monitored and escape routes to safety zones communicated via radios, rapid deployment repeaters, smart devices and drones as the fire moves.

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1. Reliable, instant communication. 2. Always on solution. 3. Rugged, reliable LTE. 4. Create collaboration. 5. Central communications hub.

1. Reliable, instant communication.

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1. Reliable, instant communication.

Rapid deployment repeaters ensure everyone can maintain voice communications regardless of location.

2. Always on solution.

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2. Always on solution.

Hand portable radios ensure you are always heard, whilst body worn video supports visibility and improves best practice.

3. Rugged, reliable LTE.

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3. Rugged, reliable LTE.

BBPTT creates visual and voice communication between the OIC, ICU and service headquarters.

4. Create collaboration.

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4. Create collaboration.

From the fireground, FRS incident commander to the ICU and fire service head quarters everyone is connected.

5. Central communications hub.

Event based reactions with Radiocoms fireground solutions

5. Central communications hub.

Create a live connection to the Incident Command Unit vehicle.

Scenario 3: Tunnel.

Tunnels and underground incidents can be spread over large areas with command points placed remotely from the main operation.

Supporting communication for fire and rescue crews in this scenario can be problematic. The early establishment of effective communications ensures the accuracy of the information being relayed both on the inside and outside of a tunnel, allowing the incident commander to re-analyse the situation at any point.

Scenario-3-Tunnel-fire-and-rescue-team
1. Reliable, instant communication. 2. Always on solution. 3. Create collaboration. 4. Rugged, reliable LTE. 5. Event based reactions.

1. Reliable, instant communication.

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1. Reliable, instant communication.

Rapid deployment repeaters create a wider coverage area allowing a loud, clear broadcast to large groups over a broad area.

2. Always on solution.

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2. Always on solution.

Hand portable radios ensure you are always heard, whilst body worn video supports visibility and improves best practice.

3. Create collaboration.

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3. Create collaboration.

From the fireground, FRS incident commander to the ICU and fire service head quarters everyone is connected.

4. Rugged, reliable LTE.

From the fireground, FRS incident commander to the ICU and fire service head quarters everyone is connected.

4. Rugged, reliable LTE.

BBPTT on an LTE device creates visual and voice communication between the OIC, ICU and service headquarters.

5. Event based reactions.

Create a live connection to the Incident Command Unit vehicle.

5. Event based reactions.

Create a live connection to the Incident Command Unit vehicle.

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