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Primetech MultiNet systems provide crucial communications support during York city flooding

When major flooding hit the North of England over the 2015 Christmas / New Year period it disrupted local communications in complex ways, creating a series of knock-on effects that threatened to make what was already a terrible situation even worse.

York flooding SHA 2016

During the recent flooding in York city Primetech’s resilient MultiNet mobile satellite broadband systems allowed responder staff to access the internet securely after 3G services became overloaded and to manage National Resilience Enhanced Logistic Support assets held at a Strategic Holding Area (SHA) outside the city.

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FIRE TIMES: For floods and fire – Primetech’s MultiNet Comms System

Fire Mag January 2016

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Emergency Services Show 2015 judged as great success for Primetech

IMG 2568Record numbers of partners, customers and interested emergency services visit Primetech stand

The Emergency Services Show 2015 has seen record numbers of visitors coming to the Primetech stand, and high levels of interest among attendees in the ground breaking technologies on show. These included the Comms-On-The-Move system from C-COM being shown in the UK for the very first time, the MultiNet Comms suite with support drones, and the expanded Primetech Resilient Communications Trailer, which is shortly to go to Norway as part of a contract to improve emergency communications in response to the Breivik mass killings several years ago. 

Primetech Launches MultiNet Comms Range

Primetech has launched its innovative new MultiNet Comms range of portable, self-supporting incident ground communications solutions. This new range answers a real need among emergency services for more flexible, high capacity incident ground communications, helping them improve their response to major public safety threats.


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Primetech selected as Europe’s first C-COM Authorised Service Centre

New status acknowledges company’s expertise in satcomms service and support

AINVPrimetech has been selected by C-COM of Canada as its first European Authorised Service Centre. Authorised Service Centres must meet a number of very strict requirements. They must have at least 12 months minimum proven experience supporting and installing iNetVu satellite systems. They are also required to maintain a comprehensive local inventory of spare parts, and staff must have completed iNetVu training courses. With over 10 years of support for C-COM satellite systems in the UK and throughout Europe, Primetech has fulfilled these criteria many times over.

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