360 Degree Rescue Solutions at Emergency Services Show

Showcasing at the Emergency Services Show (NEC Birmingham, England, Stand C71, 18-19 September) are rugged innovative 360 degree rescue solutions from UK leader, Vimpex, aiming to deliver new levels of performance to emergency services teams at any incident.

There will be lots of new and versatile products to see, including 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 – the world’s first live streaming 360 degree technical rescue search camera, and the most comprehensive heavy lifting rapid extrication solution from Paratech. 

From Vimpex: the next generation multi-featured First Look 360 camera, the world’s first live streaming 360 degree technical rescue search camera.

Next generation FirstLook360 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.


Established in 1994, Vimpex is the UK’s leading specialist supplier of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Safety Equipment, Technical Rescue products and Lighting and Power Solutions to the Paramedic, Rescue, Police, Military and associated markets. Vimpex is dedicated to meeting the demands of professionals to ensure professional products have the professional support they require. The company’s staff are fully trained in the correct and safe use, maintenance and repair of the products it sells. All products feature long warranties which are fully supported by Vimpex and its suppliers.

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