Multitone to Present Fire Crew Mobilisation and Management Solutions at British APCO 2016
Latest solutions and future trends at British APCO 2016, The International Centre, Telford, 22nd-23rd March 2016
Basingstoke 22nd February 2016: Multitone Electronics plc, a specialist in the design, manufacture and implementation of integrated communication systems, announces its forthcoming appearance at the British APCO 2016 conference and exhibition – which is being held at The International Centre in Telford, from 22nd-23rd March 2016.
Amongst the highlights, Multitone will be showcasing its powerful but intuitive i-Console fire station management and communications offering. The company will also be displaying its Crew View service, as well as asking visitors for feedback on a new Multitone fire services app.
Multitone’s exhibition team at British APCO 2016 will be led by is Emergency Services Major Accounts Manager, Peter Eborall. Reflecting upon the upcoming appearance at the show, Peter commented:
“We have an exciting line up of products on the stand, with i-Console being the undoubted centerpiece.”
“As part of a flexible, station-end based system, i-Console works with our FireCoder to offer a managerial overview and provides a continuously visual status of the station and its equipment. This enables crews to manage all the station functions from one place and is a highly convenient way to monitor mobilisation activities. Complementing this is Crew View, which gives crews a visual countdown as they mobilise, ensuring they keep up to speed during this most vital of actions.”
As well as showing visitors Multitone’s latest communications products, the team will also be looking for feedback on the company’s latest fire services-dedicated app.
“This show is the perfect opportunity to gain feedback from visiting professionals from within the emergency services themselves,” said Peter. “We are very keen to hear the opinions of the people that will likely be using this technology in the future. Our technology is never developed in isolation and opportunities like this give us the chance to see how operators in the real world would like to see these products develop.”
As well as showcasing the future of critical communications, Multitone will be indulging in a little nostalgia as well, in it’s 85th year in business. The theme for this years’ stand is ‘License to Innovate, in recognition of an appearance by one of the company’s classic pagers in an early big-screen 007 adventure. Multitone will show just how far critical communications for the emergency services have come in 50 years and give some suggestions on the future course of these vital services.
“This will be an exciting year at the British APCO, with a huge array of technology on show which can help the emergency services save lives, reach targets and make the most of their budgets. If you are attending the event we will be delighted to welcome you to the Multitone stand for a display of the options available now, a peek into the future and a little reminiscing of the past!”
For more details on Multitone Electronics’ i-Console, Crew View or any of its range of products and services, please telephone: 01506 418198 or visit www.multitone.com