At this year’s International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience (ISNR), Excelerate were delighted to exhibit alongside our long-time customer, the Ministry of Interior (MOI).

The star of the exhibit was MOI’s impressive 26-tonne command and control unit. This mobile hub serves as a central command post for emergency responses, equipped with the latest communication systems and surveillance technologies. It reflects MOI’s dedication to staying ahead in the ever-changing security landscape.

International Sales Director, Martin Saunders, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “ISNR provided the perfect platform for us to showcase this remarkable vehicle. The event allowed professionals and enthusiasts to experience MOI’s command and control unit first-hand, highlighting Excelerate’s expertise in delivering world-class security solutions.”

“Collaborations are pivotal in our industry, and our ongoing partnership with MOI has consistently fuelled innovation. The joint efforts of Excelerate and MOI have resulted in significant advancements in communication and security solutions. ISNR was an excellent opportunity to showcase the outcomes of our teamwork.”

“I would like to extend our sincere thanks to MOI for hosting us. Their collaboration has been invaluable, and we look forward to continuing our shared commitment to innovation in the future.”

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Vehicle overview

Inside the vehicle, there’s a comprehensive IT suite, similar to a server room in a building control centre. The racks house an array of communications technology including Excelerate’s Rapidnet LTE network solution, Excelerate’s DDMI Server and its private, resilient, and secure satellite connectivity solution – enabling users to quickly setup and deploy a dedicated, private and secure, hybrid network in and around the vehicle. Many of the onboard systems are heavily automated meaning operational personnel can control, monitor and analyse every aspect of the vehicle with iPhone-like simplicity.

The vehicle’s interior features two three-seat operational areas, and a 17-seat conference area with a central table equipped with USB and network connections for each user. A screen can display multiple video and data feeds. On the outside, there are large touchscreens for outdoor briefings to larger groups.

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We would like to thank everyone who came to see us and made the exhibition a memorable one. Whilst ISNR is over for another year, our dedication to future technologies and collaboration remains. Follow us on social media or sign up for our newsletter for updates and keep an eye out for upcoming events.

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