The Emergency Services Show 2017 News

Edesix showcases first responder body worn cameras at Emergency Services Show 2017

Edesix, the provider of body worn cameras, is showcasing how its fleet of body worn cameras are becoming increasingly important to the safety and development of first responders around the globe at the 2017 Emergency Services Show. At the show, Edesix is demonstrating its newly launched VideoTag (VT-50), its smallest incident recorder to date, as well as the VideoBadges utilised by Police Services Northern Ireland, South Australian Police, Her Majesty’s Prison Services and West Midlands F...

Traka to display bespoke key and equipment management solutions at Emergency Services 2017

Traka will be at The Emergency Services Show, demonstrating its latest intelligent systems for securely storing and controlling access to vulnerable keys and vital equipment. On stand D38, the provider of intelligent key cabinets and locker solutions will show how its bespoke systems are being utilised by the Emergency Services to better manage equipment, valuables, and sensitive material. Traka solutions on display Visitors to the stand will be able to see live demonstrations, including Trak...

The Emergency Services Show 2017 to focus on public safety and incident management

This year’s Emergency Services Show returns to Hall 5 at the NEC, Birmingham from 20 to 21 September with a strong focus on learning from past incidents and collaborating to protect the public and save lives. Attracting over 6,500 visitors and 400 exhibitors, The Emergency Services Show 2017 provides a unique opportunity to network and exchange ideas across the resilience, emergency planning and emergency services community, share best practice as well as to see and handle the latest techn...

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