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Squire Tech Solutions Pioneering Mobile Satellite Antenna Systems for Mobile Command Centers Featured at 2015 California MCC Rally
Squire Tech Solutions, a pioneer in satellite antenna systems for mobile command centers will be showcasing their Mobile Responder MR-600 system at this year’s Mobile Command Center Rally, at the Sacramento Convention Center in Sacramento, CA during the Western Regional APCO Conference on April 9th 2015.
Squire Tech offers the industry’s top rated VSAT satellite equipment for mobile command centers; ideal for emergency response (first responders, public safety agencies and more). Squire Tech will be showcasing its mobile responder satellite systems on several mobile command units from Northern and Southern California as well as supporting various Command Center building partners including LDV Inc., Farber Specialty Vehicles, and Emergency Vehicle Inc. Squire Tech’s unmatched industrial grade Mobile Responder MR-600 antenna system easily fits onto any vehicle (truck, SUV, RV, Bus or Custom Coach) transforming it into a mobile command post/office. Those attending this year’s MCC Rally will be able to experience Squire Tech’s cutting-edge mobile responder satellite internet system, the #1 recommended satellite communications system by public agencies across the nation.
For mobile response teams and even business operations, it is many times critical to communicate without relying on phone lines, cellular and other terrestrial resources. The Mobile Responder MR-600 VSAT satellite communications system [pictured, right] by Squire Tech offers guaranteed connectivity even during a disaster, regardless of surrounding area. The MR-600’s small VSAT antenna dish offers a reliable high-speed satellite broadband, voice, video and data connection with simple “single button” deployment. It truly user friendly and requires no special technical training to operate.
The Best Mobile Command Center/Post for Critical Communications Ideal for Disaster/Emergency Response
The industrial grade VSAT satellite antenna of Squire Tech’s Mobile Responder MR-600 system provides the vital connectivity needed during a disaster or emergency situation, even when there is a disruption in communications. Moments after an incident, medical assistance and damage control are important and cannot quickly happen if there is loss in communications. When vital information needs to be shared, first responders cannot afford to waste time and lose connectivity. The MR-600 satellite antennas allow first responders, public safety, fire, law enforcement, homeland security and more to minimize harm and maximize safety with reliable mobile satellite communications.
The Mobile Responder MR-600 System is ideal for:
- Disaster Preparedness/ Recovery
- First Responders and Public Safety
- Urban Search and Rescue
- Fire Services
- Government, University, and Hospital satellite mobile communications units
- Remote Field Operations
- Temporary and Restoral Internet and Phone
About Squire Tech Solutions
Squire Tech Solutions’ Mobile Responder equipment packages and service plans offer low satellite latency, high quality audio and video for live mobile response applications. It is internet access optimized for phone systems, internet, email and attachment, corporate VLAN, VPN network extension, radio interoperability, video conferencing, public announcement, and multi carrier cellular interface. Our small satellite antennas fit easily on pCom® Response Trailer [pictured, above], Command Center, SUV or can easily be added to an existing trailer or vehicle. Automated hardware operation and bandwidth access free up valuable time to focus on other vital response tasks. Additionally, the customer service team at Squire Tech are available around the clock.
For more information, see www.squiretechsolutions.com
About California Mobile Command Center (MCC) Rally
The California Mobile Command Center (MCC) Rally was inaugurated in 2009 at the suggestion of the California Fire Chiefs Association (CFCA), Communications Section. Held each Spring, the Rally allows emergency managers and public safety professionals to see up-close the capabilities of the command and communications resources in the region while exchanging ideas for developing or enhancing their own mobile communications units and understanding how to work together in a major event.
- Corporate News/9-1-1magazine.com (via SquireTech, 3/24/15)