FIRE & RESCUE - Our reputation for innovative and intuitive technology means we have become the partner of choice
Our customers include West Midlands Fire, Scottish Fire, Hampshire, Mid & West Wales, Norfolk, Notts and many more across the UK and Australia
The ability to seamlessly receive and share real-time data and operational information to improve decision making and operational outcomes has become even more critical. As has the availability of a network infrastructure across any environment.
CUSTOMER USE CASE
Delivering a totally scalable and flexible 'connected fleet' solution for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service
This is No Ordinary Vehicle it is a Command Capability
We deliver tailored and scalable Technology. Inclusive of system integration and services which is installed and supported within World Leading Vehicle Conversions.
CUSTOMER USE CASE
Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service
Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service and Police’s joint command unit represents the endless opportunities presented by both greater interoperability between agencies and the intelligent use of digital communications. Since 2016, it has been deployed at multiple complex incidents, pre-planned & community events and major incidents.
The first of its type in the UK, the high-tech vehicle features satellite, 4G and private LTE communications, while the built-in technology includes the ability to receive and view footage from remote static cameras, body worn cameras, UAV’s and the police helicopter.
The service are now rolling out a fully connected fleet to support various operational scenarios.
The world we live in is becoming increasingly connectivity-centric. The number of devices used in the field is ever-increasing and reliable connectivity is critical for any number of smart devices to function.
Devices like body-worn cameras and UAV’s (unmanned aerial vehicles) rely on varying degrees of connectivity.
At Excelerate, we streamline connectivity by developing solutions that are simple and user-friendly. For us, it’s about making complex technologies simple so that responders can focus on the task at hand, rather than technology.