Britain's most comprehensive mobile rollout ever
EE has been chosen by the Home Office to build the new critical 4G voice and data network for Britain’s Emergency Services.
Over 300,000 emergency services users, including Police, Fire & Rescue and Ambulance, will use the 4G voice and data services provided by the Emergency Services Network (ESN). It will also be used by government agencies and other first responders like Immigration Enforcement and inshore rescue services.
The EE 4G network is set to transform the country’s emergency services for the better, giving them cutting-edge communication technology to respond quickly to incidents in even the most rural and remote areas – helping to improve Public Safety.
Keeping emergency workers safe
Using our network, the ESN will provide secure and resilient mission-critical communications the emergency services can trust to keep them safe.
- Ambulances sending vital patient data to hospitals so staff can prepare for a patient’s arrival
- Police officers recording an arrest on body cams, and live streaming for assessment and support
- Fire and rescue crews assessing burning buildings, based on digital blueprints on tablets and live helicopter camera footage.