What if E-ONE engineered a first responder apparatus to be less noticeable?
Ocala, FL, (April 19, 2007) – The bright green and white E-ONE Hybrid Energy Command Center was, in fact, very noticeable at the 2007 Fire Department Instructors Conference, but the components under the hood make this one of the industry’s most innovative – and most inconspicuous – new vehicles of the year.
As an industry first, the new E-ONE Hybrid Energy Command Center helps meet the government’s goal of reducing the dependency on foreign energy sources by 20 percent over the next ten years by reducing fuel consumption, lowering harmful emissions and decreasing the amount of apparatus maintenance.
A unique power distribution design integrates the conversion of 340 Volt DC hybrid battery power into usable 120 Volt AC power. The ability to provide auxiliary power in an engine off mode reduces on-scene noise, fuel consumption and fossil fuel emissions.
Featuring a six person conference room, three work stations, video monitors, laptops, satellites and cameras, the E-ONE Hybrid Energy Command Center is environmentally conscious while still offering the critical tools necessary for interoperability.
Stop by booth 6532, to learn more about E-ONE’s Hybrid Energy Command Center.
As a leading manufacturer of fire rescue vehicles, E-ONE engineers and builds a complete line of apparatus including hazardous materials units, explosive ordnance disposal vehicles, command centers and aircraft rescue vehicles. E-ONE is an ISO 9001 registered manufacturer and is a subsidiary of Federal Signal Corporation, listed on the New York Stock Exchange as (NYSE: FSS). When lives are in the balance and seconds count.