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Mobile Concepts upgrades LDV command vehicles to save departments money

Date: 2011-07-25
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It doesn't matter if it is one of their models or any other manufacturers: Mobile Concepts by Scotty upfits new and old mobile commands and other commercial vehicles.

Whether you call it upfitting, remanufacturing, retrofitting, upgrading, customization or re-purposing, Mobile Concepts has options to cost effectively enhance your current motorized vehicle, trailer, shipping container or tractor trailer.

Such is the case with a 2005 LDV mobile command the company upgraded. By simply taking advantage of Mobile Concepts’ upgrade services, Baltimore County Maryland will extend the life of their command, reduce downtime and significantly cut spending.

“Turnaround time for interior and exterior refurbishment is drastically faster than a new build project,” said Ray Podvorec, Mobile Concepts manufacturing manager. “Baltimore County’s command upgrade only took a few weeks, and they are now equipped with the latest technology equipment."

The addition of new technology and features to older systems also will boost vehicle performance, improve safety, increase multi-use capabilities as well as others.

Several examples of the available upgrades are improvement of work station functionality and use of space; enhancement of audio/video components, outlets and connections; and high-tech communications, improvements to battery systems, addition of satellites and other communication antennas, masts, cameras or scene lighting and updates to graphics, finishes and options.

“We also offer upfitting that allows you to make upgrades and updates to your current mobile command trailer to meet requirements set forth by the Department of Homeland Security to qualify as a FEMA type III mobile command trailer,” adds Vice President of Sales Chris Simon.

A few examples of additions for a type 3 command are radio frequency transceivers, satellite systems, computer assisted dispatch and high-tech computer systems.

For more information see www.mobileconcepts.com

- Corporate News/9-1-1magazine.com (via Mobile Concepts, 6/30/11)

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