The Emergency Services Show returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 21 and 22 September 2022, showcasing how technology and innovation are transforming emergency response for all blue light services and first responders. Vehicle and vehicle equipment suppliers are prominent among more than 450 organisations exhibiting at the UK’s largest emergency services event.
The show is the perfect place to research the latest innovations, products and services for anyone responsible for specifying and procuring vehicles and fleet equipment for the emergency services and allied organisations. On show will be the latest in electric, hybrid and decarbonised vehicles for emergency service applications, as well as smart and connected vehicles that serve as communications hubs and mobile incident command units.
The Emerging Technologies and Vehicle Innovation Theatre will also showcase how the emergency services can manage and leverage communications, data and technology more efficiently and effectively.
Leading vehicle suppliers at the show include Ford Motor Company, Venari, Mercedes Benz Trucks, Saab, Volvo Trucks and Yamaha Motor Europe as well as a wide range of chassis manufacturers and specialist vehicle converters including Cartwright Vehicle Conversions and Wilker UK Ltd. Isuzu will be displaying their new pick-up, the All-New Isuzu D-Max.
Emergency One, Rosenbauer, Terberg and Volvo Trucks are among manufacturers bringing their latest fire appliances to the show. Angloco will demonstrate its ladder and other fire fighting vehicles in the Outside Area. Emergency One will be showing its new E1 EV0 fire appliance for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. The zero-emission electric vehicle has the same capability and equipment as a diesel model and is the first to feature an innovative all-electric rear drive axle installation. It has a range of approximately 220 miles with an 80% charge, while the optional onboard smart charger provides resilience at protracted incidents.
Among the many ambulance suppliers exhibiting this year are Ford, Venari, Blue Light Services, MAN Truck and Bus, VCS, WAS UK and Wilker UK. Alfa Dropbox will showcase its ground-level loading ambulances.
Emergency and rescue vehicles of virtually every other type, including search and rescue appliances, fleet cars, motorbikes, boats and UAVs or drones will all be on display.
The show also features providers of all types of in and on-vehicle ancillary equipment and systems including lightbars; vehicle livery; battery management; driver training and more. Standby RSG will display their lighting, hazard warning systems products and solutions and VUE will be showcasing its fleet risk management solutions – CCTV and telematics hardware and easy-to-use software systems.
The Extrication and Trauma Challenges return as interactive experience for participants. Hosted by West Midlands Fire Service, the challenges showcase the latest technology and equipment in action, live streamed to large screens within the exhibition hall.
Emergency Services Show returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 21 and 22 September 2022
Entry to the Emergency Services Show and parking at the NEC are both free. The NEC is linked to Birmingham International Station and Birmingham Airport and is directly accessible from the UK motorway network.
Registration for the event is at www.emergencyuk.com