New Products Zone
These new products in public safety communications will be showcased in the exhibit hall.
American International Radio
Multi-Purpose Shark Fin Antenna by Amphenol
Booth #: 852
American International Radio is pleased to bring you the new Multi-Purpose Shark Fin Antenna by Amphenol. This GPS multi-band mobile antenna with built-in UHF/4G/Dual WiFi2.4GHz+ 5.6GHz is an excellent solution for public safety applications, offering quality and performance in a low-profile discrete design. Visit Booth# 852 for a first look.
Cobham Explorer MSAT-G3 Push-to-Talk (Explorer 122 System)
The Cobham EXPLORER MSAT-G3 is an IP-based Push-To-Talk (PTT) radio communication system that supports Satellite/LTE/3G/LAN backhaul and Land Mobile Radio (LMR) integration to provide seamless voice communication in any situation. Visit Mackay Booth 1047 to discuss MSAT-G3 features and interoperability, airtime options and Mackay’s new MSAT G3 Pelican Go-Kit!
SAFE-1000 Series Public Safety DAS
Booth #: NPZ-7
Safe-Com’s DASS(tm) is a patent-pending fiber DAS with up to 5 bands in one compact unit (VHF, UHF, 7, 8 & 900 MHz), First-Net ready, lowest power consumption and optional integrated tracking and detection sensors – making it the most innovative product of the year.
Stan the CPR Network
CPR within 6 minutes in case of a cardiac arrest, always and everywhere. That is the goal of S+an the CPR network. We are dedicated to the optimisation of volunteer first response. We do this through compiling and making available databases with public AEDs and citizen responders. Municipalities and ambulance dispatch centres use these to reduce the number of fatalities from cardiac arrests.
The CPR Network provides dispatchers a comprehensive view during a cardiac arrest incident. When a cardiac arrest is diagnosed, the alert is automatically triggered through your CAD. The CPR Network will determine the location of responders and AEDs in a set radius around the incident. All elements will be displayed in an interface for the dispatchers.
The citizen responders receive a notification in their CPR network app through either GPS or SMS. Responders who accept the alert will be highlighted and their movement towards the incident will be tracked. AEDs that are activated are also marked and when picked up by a responder will also be tracked towards the incident. Detailed analytics is available after the incident to improve future responses.
Note: “New” is defined as having been released or substantially revised between September 2016 and August 2017.