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Dragon Display Systems FOOTBALL & STADIUM


COMMUNICATION SPECIALISTS


TWO-WAY RADIOS | BODY-WORN CAMERAS | APPLICATIONS Digital two-way


radio systems


from Hytera combine voice, data and features so that complete communication efficiency can be achieved. Their complete range of handsets,


mobiles, repeaters and


applications are connecting people everywhere, and are built for the real world - not only are they rugged and stylish, but easy and intuitive to use.


Body-worn cameras are becoming commonplace in many sectors due to the importance of evidence recording and collection. Hytera’s remote video microphones (RVMs) seamlessly integrate a body-worn camera and


remote speaker microphone,


providing a simple way of upgrading your communication system to include video capture.


E: sales@dcrs.co.uk T: 0800 043 2688


W: www.dcrs.co.uk


Manufactured in the UK


As suppliers to a number of stadiums and shops for Football, Rugby and Cricket clubs, we manufacture a


range of different approaches for retail merchandising systems, both wall mounted and centre-shop.


E-mail us for a catalogue or see our website.


Designed and


www.dragondisplay.co.uk


More to see at: www.dragondisplay.co.uk • Tel 01952 290055 • Fax: 01952 290056 • sales@dragondisplay.co.uk Display Systems Ltd


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