PCE commits to new code of practice which enables the purchase of resilient radio communication equipment making it more accessible for the end user.
Premier Communication Electronics becomes FITAS approved training academy for installation engineers
Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) has become an approved FITAS training academy for engineers specialising in installing mobile radio and related ancillary equipment to land-based vehicles.
This year’s Farm Safety Week (24th -28th July) will bring together key figures and organisations from the industry to promote one key message – farm safety is a lifestyle, not a slogan. A recent HSE report estimated that farming accounts for 15-20% of all worker fatalities with the annual injury rate 18 times higher than
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Premier Communication Electronics (PCE), an award-winning supplier of two-way radio and mobile communication solutions, has recently become an Enhanced Partner of Motorola Solutions joining their global Partner Empower Programme. PCE has an extensive client list supplying, installing and maintaining business radio systems for UK based businesses including Schools and Universities, Public Transport, Shop-Watch Schemes, Factories,
Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) is now a Cyber Essential Certified Company meeting the requirements of a scheme that tests our ICT defences to mitigate the risk from common internet-based threats. The Cyber Essentials scheme has been developed by the UK Government and industry to provide a clear statement of the basic controls all organisations
On September 21st and 22nd Premier Communication Electronics (PCE), a specialist radio and vehicle installation company based on Sowton, Exeter, attended this year’s Emergency Services Show held at the NEC Birmingham to highlight the necessity of being ESN ready and to demonstrate their pedigree in blue light vehicle installations. ESN, or the Emergency Services Network,
Premier Communication Electronics at The Emergency Services Show 21 – 22 September NEC Birmingham. Emergency Services or Blue Light vehicles do not always fit a “standard” mould, often requiring a bespoke installation solution. When a vehicle attends a scene, it requires blue lights and a siren to reach its destination quickly, and a radio as
PCE, Motorola’s South West approved partner, brings to market the next-generation MOTOTRBO radios. The MOTOTRBO range has provided invaluable solutions for keeping teams connected; fleet tracking; clearer audio for manufacturers; safety for loan workers and many other business needs. Offering you great choices whether you want ultra-thin portables or extra-tough mobiles. Next Generation MOTOTRBO have
PCE has long given advice to radio users who work in hazardous conditions but sometimes it takes something more visual to really press the point. Hytera’s video clearly illustrates why people working in the mining, oil, gas, chemical and quarry industries need ATEX radios to stay safe while they are communicating. These radios need to be rugged