Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) will be attending The Emergency Services Show in Birmingham at the end of this month to showcase its full range of support services.
The Emergency Services Show is being held at the NEC on September 25 and 26 and is the UK’s leading annual event for all emergency responders and personnel.
PCE’s engineers are experts in the installation and maintenance of lights and sirens, radio/data communication, navigation and hands-free equipment into a wide variety of vehicles, including the emergency services.
The Exeter-based industry awarding-winning business will be demonstrating its newly launched CBRN Communication Vest. The vest has been designed for use with CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear) PPE Suits, however it can be considered for any application where the user is wearing heavy duty PPE. The vest allows for a range of communication products, such as Two Way Radio, External Speakers, Ear Pieces and PTT Switches, to be worn on the body under protective clothing.
Sales Executive Paul Frissen and Senior Engineer Marius Coetzee will be attending The Emergency Services Show on behalf PCE.
Paul said: “This year’s show is about the provision of high quality products and services for the benefit and safety of the general public. We provide, install and maintain many of the products the emergency services need to help carry out their duties to the best of their ability. We are looking forward to the show and the opportunity to demonstrate to our clients, old and new, the full range and capability of PCE in a highly technical and demanding environment. ”
PCE, in Osprey Road, Sowton, installs blue lights and communication in-vehicle solutions for customers such as South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, Police Authorities and the Ministry of Defence.