April 3, 2014

RETTmobil 2014: May 14 - 16, Fulda, Germany

Visit the Rosenbauer booth

RETTmobil 2014

From May 14 - 16, 2014 all the latest developments from the areas of vehicles, emergency medicine, vehicle equipment, clothing, and radio technology will be presented at RETTmobil in Fulda – the leading European exhibition for rescue and mobility. Over 450 exhibitors will present their products and services on an exhibition area of 70,000 m2. The organizers expect nearly 25,000 visitors over the three days of the fair. As the world market leader in firefighting and disaster protection, naturally Rosenbauer will not be missing from RETTmobil 2014.


At RETTmobil, Rosenbauer will present, among other things, two of the most modern exhibits from their fleet of municipal fire fighting vehicles. An HLF 20 (support fire fighting vehicle) from the AT series will also be available to marvel at as well as a MLF (medium-sized fire fighting vehicle) from the CL series. The fair visitors can inform themselves on the spot about individual body and equipment options of the vehicles, and in the process they can examine all the details of the vehicles from up close.

Also at RETTmobil, Rosenbauer is represented with the EMEREC mobile information management system. EMEREC exceptionally simplifies communication between the scene and the control center through uncomplicated and intuitive operation. At RETTmobil, Rosenbauer will also demonstrate the new hardware for EMEREC: the Getac F110 is a virtually indestructible and extremely robust tablet that meets the highest demands.


Rosenbauer will also introduce quite a few new equipment items at RETTmobil. The new HEROS-matrix helmet model will be presented as well as the latest model of the tried and tested TORNADO boot, and the innovative portable RLS1000 LED lighting system. Of course the complete personal protective equipment (PSA) will also be presented, as will the FOX portable fire pump.


Rosenbauer's exhibition team is looking forward to your visit to RETTmobil 2014 Booth A1807 as well as Booth 65 in the outdoor area.