Emergency Services Show 2007

From terrorist incidents to floods, fires and road traffic accidents, the Emergency Services Show 2007 is the showcase for promoting multi-agency collaboration within the UK’s emergency services.

Nov 16, 2007
By Paul Jacques
Detective Chief Superintendent Jon McAdam

From terrorist incidents to floods, fires and road traffic accidents, the Emergency Services Show 2007 is the showcase for promoting multi-agency collaboration within the UK’s emergency services.

In addition to the conference running over the two days, the exhibition has been divided into three distinct areas to ensure it is of interest to everyone involved in emergency services – operational officers, buyers and specifiers of equipment and emergency planners. These are the exhibition hall, emergency response zone and the outside exhibition.

The latest product innovation, technology, services and initiatives for the emergency industry will be on show from over 150 exhibitors in the main hall. The categories include:

  • Communications and IT
  • First response equipment
  • PPE
  • Training and education resources
  • Vehicles and vehicle equipment
  • Business continuity

Among the products on show will be: the Nite Palm PC8 multi-function LED police torch from Nite International, which has been designed with input from police forces; the scanning sonars and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) from Gardline Environment, used in ports and harbours for security operations in addition to underwater searches; and AV and IT solutions from Crusader Ltd, which has worked with more than 30 Police forces, the MoD and local government to develop and install hi-tech solutions to help transform emergency operation centres.

The show is being held on Wednesday, November 28 and Thursday, November 29, Stoneleigh Park, Coventry. Visit www.theemergencyservicesshow2007.com.

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