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Calming the Chaos

Vehicle lighting is an ever evolving and changing element in the process of effective first responder service. With time, the abilities of lights have become complex, specific and in turn, more efficient. And now, it’s become possible to synchronize lights between multiple emergency vehicles thanks to SoundOff Signal’s bluePRINT Sync.

Emergency scenes can be chaotic and confusing for both citizens and first responders. In the right conditions, difficulty can turn into danger, and then into life threatening situations. This is where SoundOff Signal’s new device comes in. The bluePRINT Sync is an add-on component to bluePRINT, designed to replace loud and overpowering visual communication with effective, calm and collected visual communication.

At 10-75, we prioritize the usage of top of the line technology in our builds, and immediately implemented the bluePRINT Sync into our Palmer Fire Department 2022 Twin Silverado 1500 builds. Check out all the details here if you haven’t seen it yet:

Synced lights have become a desirable need over time since 2018. The importance of it has not passed over our team, either. Nick, one of our vehicle technicians, goes deeper into it during a short, saying:

“The importance for syncing lights is not having so much chaos, and it looks cleaner. It’s cleaner to the eye, especially from far away, when you have multiple lights not synced, and especially when you’re in park and on a highway, it’s easier to see a slower pattern than if you had multiple patterns.”

Advances like this are highly ideal for a more efficient response to emergency situations. The add-on component was first demonstrated at the Police Fleet Expo in St. Louis, MO in 2018. It’s said to have “intelligent control”, versus “artificial intelligence”, because the systems do not interact with each other. They are merely following the same flash schedule. If you’re interested in learning more about the benefits of synced emergency lighting, check out our discussion about them here:

At 10-75 we welcome all technological developments as potential options and opportunities to make first responders jobs that much easier. To learn more about what we do, how we do it, and who we do it for, check out our website:

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