Essex and Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Services choose Remsdaq command and control system

Remsdaq’s Resque 4i command and control system will be used by both Fire and Rescue Services to promote collaborative working and deliver enhanced resilience and mutual support

Essex and Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Services choose Remsdaq command and control system

Essex Fire and Rescue Service and Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service have chosen Remsdaq's Resque 4i for their new dual-control room mobilising system.

Resque 4i is Remsdaq's latest 4th generation command and control system for the UK's Emergency Services, with specific focus on the collaborative infrastructure and related 'ways of working' required to deliver the enhanced resilience and mutual support capability which is now required.

Resque 4i provides fully integrated call handling, mobilising, incident, resource and resource attribute management within a 'best-of-breed' solution which provides a wide degree of autonomy and flexibility to each FRS to operate in accordance with their individual integrated risk management plan (IRMP), providing dynamic mobilising and routing (including road network management) and an array of methodologies for attribute/competency based response plans.

Danny Fearn, Senior Divisional Officer and Project Lead at Essex Fire and Rescue Service, and Jon Roberts, Area Commander and Project Executive for Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service said: 'We are both really pleased to be working with Remsdaq for the new mobilising solution for Essex and Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Services.

'We look forward to working with Remsdaq, and our other partners, in the weeks and months ahead, with a view to providing increased effectiveness and efficiency to both services and the communities we serve by exploiting the newest technology available.'

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