The UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum is proud to bring together cutting edge innovators with the end users that benefit from their solutions. All of our participants share a common aim to improve the delivery of UK Emergency Services against personnel and financial constraints. Our newest delegation joins the Liverpool forum from Rinicom Ltd, a UK based global technology provider specialising in state-of-the art wireless broadband communications, digital broadcasting and wireless video surveillance applications.
Since 2002, emergency personnel and first responders from across the UK have benefitted from Rinicom’s wireless COFDM broadband video surveillance, bespoke communications solutions and outstanding customer support. Rinicom Ltd is recognised as a leader in cutting edge technology with its portfolio of COFDM and advanced camera systems growing fast, specific products including the ‘PodNode’ and miniature ‘eyeQuad’ cameras are acknowledged as leaders within their particular class. Rinicom has been one of the biggest contributors to a number of projects including the EU FP7 INFRA project (Innovative and Novel First Responder Applications), EU FP7 HIT-GATE (Heterogeneous Interoperable Transportable GATEway for First-Responders) and to the EU FP7 PPDR project (Public Protection and Disaster Relief). The Rinicom Ltd delegation will include Professor Garik Markarian, CEO for Rinicom, who will deliver an interactive presentation to our Liverpool audience. Garik’s presentation will explore the existing range of communications systems for first responders and the issues they face in terms of interoperability. Garik will also highlight a Rinicom produced solution which has been developed jointly with EU partners and now being considered for a European standard. eSE looks forward to welcoming Professor Garik Markarian and Rinicom Ltd to the Liverpool UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum, as well as hearing more about the cutting edge solutions which are set to improve emergency service interoperability across the UK and Europe.
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