Read how Panorama Antennas' LGMQM4-7-38-24-58
supplied an emergency service with network redundancy and connectivity security
in an emergency network outage for MESA Fire and Medical Department in
Arizona. This trial shows the potential of secure failover connectivity for the
future of Firstnet!
Read how Panorama Antennas has supplied a future proof solution for ambulances in Scotland with Terrafix.
Panorama antennas have been installed within a 6-month period to cover all police, fire fighting, ambulance vehicles and marine patrol vessels used by the Singapore emergency services.
Panorama's LGMM proves the perfect antenna for British Emergency Services assisting the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Police become a mobile Police Service.
The Sharkee® is now the official antenna of the Arizona Department of Public safety Highway Patrol car for all of their vital communications needs while successfully overcoming difficulties when it comes to today’s police vehicles.
By installing Panorama Antennas, Inc. dual Sharkee® kit Detroit PD, has a more visually appealing patrol vehicle, without sacrificing performance.
Read how the LGMM is enabling EE greater flexibility in adapting their solution to a morediverse range of vehicles.
Not only does our antenna solution cut down on the amount of antennas needed from 4 antennas to one, it also saves time and money for Metro Fire.
The GPSK-TET antenna was selected for use with Motorola MTM series mobile radios for the region’s ambulances.
To date, Panorama have supplied this solution for 100+ vehicles that are currently patrolling the interstate highways in Tennessee.
Once again Panorama can proudly say that because of our antennas’ performance, ease of install, speedy delivery turnaround time and our impeccable Customer Service, that the GPSB Sharkee® is the official antenna for the State of Kansas.
The Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness of New Orleans (NOHSEP) and New Orleans EMS created a cross-collaborative First Responder Vehicle of the Future. With the challenge to engineer a cross-collaborative First Responder Vehicle of the future, they came to Panorama Antennas with a need to reduce the antenna space needed both inside and outside of the vehicle.