Primetech’s market leading MultiNet Communications system was demonstrated on the Primetech stand at the Emergency Services Show this year, generating high levels of interest. The system integrates cutting edge communications channels and technologies (including 4K helmet cameras and drones) to help emergency services gather critical Incident Ground Intelligence and deliver a Common Operational Picture across single and multi-agencies.
MultiNet is being combined with 3tc’s MODAS Incident Command Solution to support improved decision making, giving commanders the power to optimise the deployment of single and multi-agency assets and to monitor performance.
In partnership with 3tc’s MODAS Incident Command solution, MultiNet allows dynamic operational and risk-critical information to be made available where it is needed, when it is needed, for everyone who needs it. MODAS Incident Command provides a simple, intuitive tool for Incident Commanders and Operational Officers to view and manage a range of information streams through a straightforward map-based interface. These systems will be on display at the Primetech stand at the Emergency Services Show, stand G13.
Primetech has also introduced a new, high-spec body-worn video camera (WCCTV Connect) to its MultiNet portfolio. The body-worn camera offered by Primetech is an award-winning UK-manufactured camera, offering live transmission of video (Ka, Ku and X-Band through one receiver), audio, real-time alerts and GPS information via 3G/LTE and COFDM Mesh connectivity. It is the perfect system for integration into the MultiNet Communications system.
The Seek Reveal FirePro, personal issue, thermal imaging camera is critical technology for aiding in search and rescue. Highly durable and easy to use, Seek Reveal FirePRO combines a high-performance 320 x 240 thermal image sensor, to assist in the finding of “Hot Spots” and visualising hazards invisible to the human eye.
MultiNet is a highly flexible system, allowing a wide variety of individual components to be housed easily, either in larger, Incident Command Units, or, for example, within the recently upgraded Self-Contained Communications Trailer. Alternatively, it can be supplied as a fully portable version, installed in ruggedised waterproof cases powered by both mains or batteries and carried in smaller, lighter vehicles carrying the recently upgraded Primetech MultiPod lightweight storage system.