What’s new at ESS2015
The Emergency Services Show 2015 takes place in just two months and we thought we’d update you about the fantastic line-up of product launches.
A must-visit for all those involved in emergency response and recovery, the Show takes place on Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 September at the NEC in Birmingham.
Visitor entry is free, as is parking – just complete this simple online form.
New products you can see at the Show include:
PPE and Protective Clothing
Bennett Safetywear Ltd, the long established Liverpool-based manufacturer of high performance hand protection, will be using The Emergency Services Show 2015 to launch the latest additions to its well-known Blazemaster® range of structural fire fighting gloves certified to EN659. For the police service, on show will be a new addition to its well-established AJAX™ range of public order gloves, certified to BS 7971-6, and a touchscreen version of its Sentinel™-C leather uniform glove providing Level 5 cut-resistance to EN388.
Bennett Safetywear Ltd: Stand N47
IT & Technology
For emergency services, working more efficiently is not about cutting costs. It’s about protecting communities and saving lives. Finding technology that is reliable and powerful enough to support the critical processes performed every day is a challenge in itself. Add in the often extreme environments faced and reliability becomes a mission critical need. On Stand P11 at The Emergency Services Show 2015, Xplore will be showcasing the broadest range of rugged Windows and Android tablets available in the market and introducing its newest fully rugged tablet PC, which will be launched at the event.
Xplore Technologies: Stand P11
Drones offer incredible benefits to the response, rescue and resilience sector but if not handled in a safe and professional manner, hostile media coverage can put organisations under an intense public spotlight. Sky-Futures, a global leader in drone based oil and gas infrastructure inspections, has announced the launch of its new Sky-Futures Training Academy, which specialises in training the emergency services in the safe and effective use of drones in their operational environment.
Sky-Futures Training Academy: Stand B22
FERNO’s 2020 Vision ‘Proof of Concept’ Integrated Patient Transport System™ (IPTS) vehicle will be on display, plus demos of the company’s iN∫X™ and iN∫Traxx™ innovations. All this, plus FERNO’s ACETECH vehicle intelligence system provides the ultimate ambulance of the future today. Visitors who catch three of the demos at the show and the ‘Like’ Ferno UK on Facebook will receive a FREE T-shirt.
Ferno (UK) Ltd: Stands R9 & OS41
NLG wholesale is one of Europe’s leading suppliers of 4×4 accessories and, in particular, hard top canopies across all brands of pickup trucks. New products of special interest to those involved in the emergency services, include a new heavy duty auto locking slide out bed suitable for all pick up brands, allowing heavy items to be safely slid out of the back of the pickup for ease of accessibility and be locked into position. Please visit NLG’s stand to see the hardtop canopies as well as this innovative product in action.
NLG: Stand P1
LED Lenser is using this year’s Emergency Services Show to launch the sensational XEO19R, a five-in-one rechargeable lighting system, which works as a head lamp, helmet light, bike lamp, hand torch and emergency light. Already the winner of this year’s Red Dot Product Design Award, the XEO19R is the ultimate lamp for night-time call-outs and will be a welcome addition to any emergency crew’s tool kit.
LED Lenser – Ledco Ltd: Stand J40
With over 400 companies exhibiting, there will be plenty to see on your visit. Check out the Exhibitor List here, you can sort by products to help plan time at the Show.
You can also meet the voluntary groups and assocations that help the bluelight services at the Emergency Response Zone. You can be one of the first to test the new Red Cross emergency app that is launching at the Show, or see the South East Coast Ambulance Service’s Simbulance – the highly realistic immersive training concept. There are over 80 groups at the Show who can help you and your organisation with emergency response.
We look forward to seeing you at The Emergency Services Show in September – don’t forget to register for free visitor entry here.
The Emergency Services Show Team