Blog Articles > Emergency Services Forum welcomes Conrad Anderson

Thu, Oct 23rd 2014



Emergency Service budget cuts have altered the way Chief Officers balance their resources to continue to provide an efficient and responsive service. Public sector delegates attending the UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum (UKTEES) (26th November - Liverpool) have identified the time front line staff spend in emergency service vehicles as an area to improve efficiency. Our latest UKTEES participant provides a range of ‘Mobile Office’ solutions which can help frontline staff spend the time in emergency service vehicles more productively. 

We are pleased to welcome Midlands based vehicle specialists Conrad Anderson to our Liverpool Forum. Conrad Anderson was established in 1997 and has since developed a reputation for technical expertise and quality products, installation services and support across the specialist vehicle market.

Emergency Service vehicles act as on road offices and Conrad Anderson are at the forefront of technological solutions for this mobile office environment. Solutions provided improve efficiency and sustainability of satellite communications and vehicle power systems, specific products include a fuel cell battery charging unit powered by LPG. Conrad Anderson vehicle solutions will play a key role in improving interoperability between front line users communicating and responding from emergency vehicles across ‘Blue Light Services’.

Steve Anderson, Director for Conrad Anderson said “Conrad Anderson is very pleased to be participating within the Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum. The platform brings together decision makers from across the emergency services who, within the specialist vehicle market, are key players. Efficient and capable vehicles are hugely beneficial to front line officers or responders and allow them to spend more time, more efficiently, on the road whilst staying in constant contact with back office support.”

We look forward to welcoming Steve and the delegation from Conrad Anderson to Liverpool in November. Find out more about Conrad Anderson vehicle solutions at: Delegate passes for this forum are restricted to 125! If your organisation supplies technology solutions to UK Emergency Services, please use our contact form below to register your interest or visit


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