Applications in Public Safety
• Mobile Data Communication Systems
• Police/Sheriff Departments
• Fire Departments
• EMT Departments
• Mobile Mapping
Seeking solutions to the challenge of transmitting digital data where wires are not practical?
Does your industrial application demand reliable, real-time access to vital data?
Let ESTeem solve your wireless networking challenges by providing robust and reliable wireless Ethernet and serial network solutions engineered for your unique application needs.
Police, fire, EMT, and mobile data communication systems use ESTeem wireless networks for their critical needs. The high-power radios provide long-range coverage that is not available in commercial networks. ESTeem developed their radios for industrial applications, creating products to survive the difficult public safety networks. Its affordability, secure packet burst encrypted transmissions, high data rate, and a data accuracy of greater than one part in 100 million also established ESTeem’s product as the best choice for difficult wireless applications.
To achieve your goals of efficiency and results, explore the customized options that ESTeem’s Industrial Wireless Solutions and turnkey services provide to maximize your technology investments.
Benefits of ESTeem Products
Proven to be dependable in challenging industrial applications and field conditions by being hardened in over 30 years of use.
Products are designed with backwards compatibility when technically feasible.
100% Factory Tested
For easy and trouble-free installation in field.
Ease of Maintenance
ESTeem industrial wireless modems have LEDs for critical ‘first-line’ diagnostics in the field.
Factory and Field Training by Experts
Protect and maximize your investment.
ESTeem’s “Industrial Mesh” networking enables a scalable network design with built-in redundancy for complete system reliability and stability, enabling a Completely Connected Enterprise.
Turnkey Solutions Offered by ESTeem
ESTeem’s industrial solutions offer superior performance and durability, coupled with extended operating range. To ensure success, we provide wireless communication system design and on-site training services.
Pasco, WA Police Mobile Data
Police Chief Denis Austin got off the plane in Pasco Washington in June of 1995. He was starting a new job in a community he knew little about and as he drove through the streets, he noticed a lot of gang related graffiti. It didn’t take long to formulate a new vision for the department, which was “To be a Community Policing Department”. His officers needed to be more visible in the community; but they were so busy running to crime scenes, the only visibility they had was negative. Chief Austin also knew they needed to be technologically superior to the criminals if they were going to win the crime battle. Two neighboring cities had implemented Mobile Data Computer (MDC) Systems but they were spending approximately $11,000 per car. He couldn’t justify that much money in a city of only 22,000 people. Chief Austin started researching the MDC Systems that were available and found a company called Electronic Systems Technology (EST) that was located just a few miles from his office.
Blaine County MDCS
Sun Valley Ski Resort in Idaho is famous for its rugged peaks and year round snow. It’s the perfect place to ski, but made implementing a reliable wireless communication system a challenge. Captain Ed Fuller of the Blaine County Sheriff’s Department had the responsibility to find a Mobile Data Computer (MDC) system that would work well in the mountainous terrain and enhance the area of coverage for their search and rescue missions. The Base Station for the MDC System is located in the town of Hailey, ID, which is at 4800’ elevation. The surrounding Sawtooth Mountain peaks range from 8,000’ to 9,000’ elevation.
Lake Havasu Mobile Data
Lake Havasu City, Arizona, Police Department received a grant from the United States Department of Justice and the Arizona Governor’s Office to provide domestic violence information to the officers working in the field. Having immediate access to local and state information is critical to these officers as they deal with domestic violence situations. After an exhaustive search, Lake Havasu City Police Department chose Electronic Systems Technology’s ESTeem Mobile Data Computer System (MDCS) to provide the radio frequency (RF) link from the Department’s AS400 computer server to the officers in the field.
ESTeem Products Used in Public Safety