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Primetech’s upgraded T7 Android based Communicator Body Worn Camera.

Primetech, a pioneering UK communications developer and integrator, has announced the release of the latest model in the Communicator body-worn range - the T7. The T7 Communicator is a highly advanced body-worn communications, video recording and location device (drawing on the GPS, Glonass and Galileo satellite navigation systems). 

It can be used independently or as a component within Primetech’s MultiNet communications network, which combines mobile satellite broadband with 4G /LTE to seamlessly deliver comprehensive resilient communications coverage throughout the UK.;

The Primetech T7 Communicator combines camera, and locational functionality with the capability to allow responders to capture, encrypted, time and date-stamped 4K Ultra High Definition video, stills and audio, linked through satellite, 4G /LTE mobile and Wi-Fi systems, providing full comms coverage regardless of location. 

The T7 Communicator is packed with cutting edge capabilities, including push-to-talk over cellular (POC), a distress alarm function, TFT monitor and the ability to capture HD still photographs. There are also ports for connecting a covert camera, for undercover operations, or external earpiece. 

The T7 Communicator secure docking stations support an intelligent data management system that automatically downloads encrypted files from up to 8, 28 or 50 bonded cameras simultaneously, with each downloaded file attributed to the, individual user and ID number of the camera, time and date stamped for evidential trail purposes. 

The encrypted files on each camera are further protected from power interruption and cannot be deleted from the camera until synchronising has been successfully completed. As well as supporting multiple body camera downloads, the T7’s Digital Evidence Management System allows playback of military-grade encrypted files, achieved via automatic network upload, and automatic recording classification. 

‘We are delighted to offer the T7 to all UK emergency services and responders,’ said Henry Walker, director of Primetech UK Ltd.’ This compact, powerful body-worn camera provides a powerful tool to aid post operational analysis.’ 

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User Case study - Kendal Mountain Rescue Team

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‘We’ve been using Primetech’s MultiNet satellite internet system for a couple of years and it has proved its worth many times in our more remote areas.

‘But more recently we’ve incorporated it into our new control vehicle with a small modification to the modem Peli-case, introducing a weather-proof RJ45 connector which allows us to have the modem hard-wired into the vehicle’s network for improved connectivity.

‘The new control vehicle has a repeater linked to other repeaters on a network via the internet, so a good stable internet connection was vital. It’s quite amazing to think that a simple two-way radio communication between base and a team member in the remotest of locations is actually travelling via satellite.’

Kendal Mountain Rescue Team

Primetech Awarded BSI ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management System Certification for Satellite and Communications Systems Integration

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Certification demonstrates that Primetech is complying with the highest international standards of technical implementation and customer service.

Primetech (UK) Ltd has recently been awarded BSI quality certification to the ISO 9001: 2015 standard, for the provision of satellite & communications systems integration following a rigorous process of inspection and assessment of the company’s working processes and procedures. These are designed to ensure that companies are complying with the highest international standards of technical implementation and customer service.

The ISO 9001: 2015 standard is an internationally recognised standard that is increasingly being required as part of tender submissions.

Henry Walker, a director of Primetech (UK) Ltd said: We are delighted to have been awarded the ISO 9001: 2015 certification by BSI for the provision of satellite and communications systems integration. After the in depth examination of all our systems and quality control procedures that was required as part of the assessment process, it is very gratifying for all of our staff to receive this highly respected endorsement. It is also valuable reassurance for all of our clients that the company adheres to the highest standards of technical and customer service.

‘Primetech had already been selected by C-COM Satellite Systems as their first European Authorised Service Centre. Now, with this ISO 9001: 2015 certification, we have additional, independently validated proof of the company’s long established commitment to excellence in all aspects of product and customer service.’

Primetech, West Midlands FS and IMG Productions award-winning reality TV series 'Into The Fire' began broadcasting on Really channel, January 8

Into The Fire, the reality TV series filmed using 70 of Primetech's FireCam OnCall helmet cameras, began transmission on January 8 on UKTV’s Really Channel.


The series, made by IMG Productions and which recently won the Project of the Year award in the Excellence in Fire and Emergency awards run by Fire magazine, used FireCam OnCall helmet-worn cameras to record unique fire incident and other footage as part of a documentary showing the work of West Mids FS firefighters.

HD versions of the state-of-the-art cameras were specifically selected by IMG Productions, the award-winning television production company, to record broadcast-quality action footage of firefighters operating in the often hazardous circumstances encountered in the day-to-day work of West Mids FS. The cameras were considered to be the best available for this kind of highly demanding work. The series is shown on the Really Channel. More information can be found on

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Kendal Mountain Rescue Team introduces new Primetech-supplied MultiNet satellite system

Kendal Mountain Rescue Team has acquired a new Primetech-supplied MultiNet satellite system to support its rescue operations in South Cumbria and the Howgills. With a team of around 40 volunteers, and a number of off-road vehicles and other equipment, the team relies heavily on reliable communications to support its life-saving work, often under very challenging conditions.

The addition of the Ka-band portable satellite system is now a key element in the team’s operations as it relies heavily on two web-based systems - SARCALL and MRMAP.

According to Phil Allen, a member of the team and radio communications officer, ‘Kendal Team’s operational patch has several mobile data blackspots, so having the ability to deploy a vehicle with mobile satellite broadband onboard allows the team to operate both SARCALL and MRMAP systems within these blackspot areas.

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