The Emergency Services Show returns to Hall 5 at the NEC on 18-19 September 2019 and vehicle and vehicle equipment suppliers are prominent among the more than 450 exhibitors signed up to attend.

Advances in connected vehicle technology and innovations to further reduce emissions are expected to be the strongest themes among exhibitors at this year's event. Emergency and rescue vehicles of virtually every type, including fire appliances, ambulances, fleet cars, motorbikes, and drones will be on display throughout the indoor and outdoor exhibition areas.

Rosenbauer UK, Volvo Trucks, WH Bence, and Terberg DTS are all expected to bring their latest fire appliances to the show. Angloco will demonstrate its ladder and other firefighting vehicles in the Outside Area. Among other innovations, Emergency One will profile its latest connected fire vehicles powered by Internet of Things SIM cards.

Among the many ambulance suppliers exhibiting at this year's event are O+H Vehicle Conversions, AMZ Vehicles, Cartwright Conversions, Code Blue Specialist Vehicles, and WAS UK, the company behind the E-Concept electric drive ambulance. Alfa Dropbox will also be present to showcase its ground-level loading ambulances.

Dinas Medical Consultants will be introducing the new Tamlans 4x4 bespoke box emergency vehicles based on the VW Amarok chassis. These ergonomic and spacious ambulances provide unique on and off-road performance and operate with equal performance in urban and wilderness environments.

Excelerate Technology and Primetech will feature prominently among exhibitors showcasing connected vehicle communications and incident command vehicles.

BMW is expected to showcase its all-electric and hybrid range extender vehicles. Volvo Emergency Service Cars will exhibit its emergency service vehicles including the latest mild-hybrid diesel models.

Accessible vehicles manufacturers include GM Coachwork. Horton Motorcycles returns to showcase its two-wheel and quad bikes. The show also features providers of all types of in and on-vehicle ancillary equipment including lightbars, vehicle livery, battery management, and driver training.

New exhibitor Allison Transmission will showcase its fully automatic torque converter transmission systems, which offers faster acceleration and reliable operation for fire trucks and ambulances.

The Fire & Rescue Transport Officers Group and the NHS Ambulance Transport Officers Group will also be meeting at the show.

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