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RARE!! Matchbox E-One Mobile Command Center: MBX Fire Department

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$129.95
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RARE!! Matchbox E-One Mobile Command Center: MBX Fire Department

RARE!! Matchbox E-One Mobile Command Center: MBX Fire Department

$129.95

This rare hard to find Special Edition model has moving parts

E-One is an emergency services manufacturer and marketer based in Ocala, Florida.

Founded in 1974 as Emergency-One, E-One has a staff of roughly 900 in four plants in the United States. In 1992, the company purchased Canadian fire apparatus builder Superior Emergency Equipment and in 1998 bought Saulsbury Fire Equipment of Preble, New York. E-One has sold more than 25,000 vehicles worldwide.

Customers include some of the largest cities in the US, including the fire departments in Boston, Chicago and New York City.

E-One was purchased by American Industrial Partners, an investment group, and in 2010 combined with Fleetwood Enterprises, Collins Industries and Halcore Group to form Allied Specialty Vehicles. Allied Specialty Vehicles changed its name to REV Group on November 1, 2015.

A control room or operations room is a room serving as a central space where a large physical facility or physically dispersed service can be monitored and controlled. A control room will often be part of a larger command center.

A control room's purpose is production control, and serves as a central space where a large physical facility or physically dispersed service can be monitored and controlled. Central control rooms came into general use in factories during the 1920s.

Control rooms for vital facilities are typically tightly secured and inaccessible to the general public. Multiple electronic displays and control panels are usually present, and there may also be a large wall-sized display area visible from all locations within the space. Some control rooms are themselves under continuous video surveillance and recording, for security and personnel accountability purposes. Many control rooms are manned on a "24/7/365" basis, and may have multiple people on duty at all times (such as implementation of a "two-man rule"), to ensure continuous vigilance.

When incidents happen, whether it is Mother Nature, man-made disasters or large events that require on-site command centers to deploy service officers for crowd control, a mobile command & control unit proves to be a vital tool. Technology has come a long way from make shift command centers under a tent or on top of the hood of a squad car. Mobile command & control units will also shield you from weather and give privacy for strategic planning.

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