Vehicle based mobile computing solutions provider Advanced Mobile IT (AMIT) has successfully bid to install and partner with NSW State Emergency Services (SES) project team to deliver ‘Vehicle as a Node (VaaN)’ across NSW over the next 12 months. AMIT says the project will provide access to Critical Operational Communications to SES’s fleet of Operational Vehicles – and allow the NSW SES to communicate via multiple platforms into the #PSN even when not within range of the PSN network towers. “This SES project aligns with and compliments the VaaN project currently underway with Fire + Rescue NSW as part of an Emergency Services Critical Communications uplift,” notes AMIT. “AMIT will assist NSW SES to manage the hardware rollout, from the installation design, and supply of associated materials for each vehicle, before installing the complete solution onsite across NSW. This will then lead into AMIT providing ongoing service and support to streamline SES’s vehicle communication systems. “AMIT has been working with SES since 2017, this project demonstrates another example of our proven experience and commitment to offering our emergency service customers world-class solutions and dedication to remaining the leading supplier of fit-for-purpose in-vehicle mobile computing and communication solutions in Australia.”

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