February 4, 2009 By Jim McKay, Editor
Carson Manufacturing's SA-441M MagForce Mechanical siren combines a classic tone and a "stutter" air horn with the power of an independent two-channel, 200-watt amplifier for maximum clearing output.
The combination offers an alternative to purchasing both a mechanical siren and an air horn, and eliminates the need for a bulky exterior siren, air tanks, compressors and tubing.
The SA-441M MagForce Mechanical siren was judged one of the top new products at the EMS Expo in Las Vegas in October 2008. For more information, visit www.carsonsirens.com
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The collection of location-based data is instrumental to industries worldwide, and its importance is growing. Some solutions for geospatial data collection are overly complex, hardware specific, costly to integrate and maintain, and require extensive training and support.
Spatial Networks' Geodexy allows data collection and management in a simple-to-use, low-cost, Web-enabled application that runs on any Windows Mobile device.
Through the utilization of predefined or custom form templates, users can easily discover and log detailed information about numerous location-based assets. The collected data can then be quickly uploaded to the server to view, manage or export. For more information, visit www.spatialnetworks.com.
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