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23/08/2019

World's first 360 degree rescue camera

Birmingham, UK

At the Emergency Services Show, at the NEC in Birmingham, UK next month, Vimpex will be showcasing its rugged innovative 360 degree rescue solutions, designed to deliver new levels of performance to emergency services teams at any incident.

Amongst the new varied and versatile products, will be the new Pacific R6 Helmet range - helmets for ambulance, fire & rescue and police; an interactive area where visitors can trial the multi-featured next generation First Look 360 camera - thought to be the world’s first live streaming 360 degree technical rescue search camera, and a most comprehensive heavy lifting rapid extrication solution from Paratech.

The new Pacific R6 Helmet range offers some of the most up-to-date forms of head protection. The Pacific R6 rescue helmet range represents a versatile and configurable helmet of its type available, offering an effective and modern form of head protection in a very comfortable, lightweight and wearable package. Pacific helmets are tested in extreme conditions, required for conformity to relevant clauses of the stringent EN 443 standard.  Manufactured using a Kevlar reinforced composite shell, these helmets provide an ideal combination of safety, balance and wearer comfort. The use of fibre-reinforced materials means that Pacific rescue helmets have less mass than those manufactured from thermo plastics, and with a very low centre of gravity so that all users can concentrate on their job rather than neck ache.

Vimpex says that the next generation First Look 360 is the world’s first live streaming 360 degree technical rescue search camera that uses state-of-the-art, custom-built software to create a seamless 360 degree view that can be manipulated or shared on a mobile device. It is easy to use, reliable, rugged, has an intuitive interface and no mechanics. The FL360’s digital streams broadcast in HD quality and are designed to transmit both wired and/or wirelessly to any Android powered mobile device.

Finally, the series of Paratech Heavy Rescue tools and equipment are made up of a comprehensive heavy lifting kit, utilising the strength of Hydrafusion Struts, lifting height and power of the Multiforce in the Rapid Extrication Kit as well as the environmentally friendly sturdiness of recycled plastic cribbing and much more. This Kit can lift and stabilise any vehicle on the road, and all packed in four convenient, mobile cases.


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