Showcomms is a independent supplier with no distribution ties.
- Wired and Wireless Communications Systems
- Communications for Noisy environments
Access our in depth experience of Wired Intercom Systems and Wireless Radio communication solutions. We can offer you that little extra in our service and support.
A simple call or email and we will assess your requirements and develop a particular solution geared to your workplace.
Bruce the technical one at Showcomms, has 20 years of communication experience at live broadcast events and major shows including Live8, Olympics, Commonwealth Games, G7 conference, EU & NATO summits, Freddie Mercury Tribute, BBC Music Live at Buckingham Palace, RNLI AGMs and sports and current affairs events around the world.
Showcomms have provided specific communication solutions for warehouses, industrial plants, a UK car manufacturer, local government and district councils, Police officers and Police districts in the UK, Austria, Belgium, France, Holland, Germany and Spain, power stations, stage and theatres, schools and colleges, offshore cable laying vessels, car manufacturers, police officers, controlled hydraulic moving, door supervisors, night clubs, AGMs, restaurants, skiers, electrical sub-station engineers, electronic warfare tracking vehicles and many more.
No matter how small or how large your project or company a call or email to us will gain you access to our in depth experience of Wired Intercom Systems and Wireless Radio communication solutions.
Each of our customers has had a particular communications requirement they have not been able to resolve and together with them we work towards solving and finding the best solution. Often just overcoming background noise is the major issue.
Read more about our most recent varied and interesting projects on our blog site at http://showcomms.blogspot.com
Showcomms a fresh new approach to your communication requirements from a flexible and different angle.
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