INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Emergency medical products and services provider DHS Systems LLC will display a 442-square-foot mobile incident command post at FDIC 2010 at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, on April 21-24, 2010.
The command post is part of the company’s line of Reeves EMS brand shelter systems that have been used by first responders across the country. Featuring a flexible, mobile design, the shelter systems can serve as everything from rehabilitation areas to sleeping quarters to decontamination systems, providing fire rescue personnel with the facilities they need while responding to an emergency in the field.
Reeves shelter systems are constructed from military-grade Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelters (DRASH) ranging in size from 109 to 1,250 square feet and that can be interconnected to increase or decrease a structure’s overall footprint as needed. Additionally, the shelters can be outfitted with generators, air conditioning and heating, lighting, and other support equipment to create a fully independent operational field facility.
During FDIC, the command post will be equipped with DRASH Deployable Command and Control Equipment, a line of audio/video processing equipment that joins various feeds of information on to single or multiple screens, allowing users to view images from across the incident scene.
The Reeves command post will be on display at Booth 3130 during FDIC.