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Audio Systems Products

Victim Locator Communication Kit

Communications for structural collapse, mine rescue and search operations. Critical situation - the Con-Space Victim Locator Kit offers a practical solution.

Bomb Disposal Communication Kit

With the use in audio systems to detection of bombs, the bomb disposal communication kit is designed to provide private communication for a team of three bomb specialists wearing face shields and full body armour for protection.

Electro-Voice Live X Series

Live X is loaded with premium grade components, delivering legendary Electro-Voice sound quality in a remarkably affordable package.

Telex Intercom Systems

Telex wireless intercom systems lead the industry with a complete suite of full-duplex, highly configurable and expandable wireless
intercom system platforms.

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Suppliers of security, communications and audio products inlcuding: cameras, intrusion alarm systems, conference systems, voice alarms ...

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Maryborough wins with Downer in line for $70M in projects

The Palaszczuk Government has today confirmed a $70 million pipeline of projects for Downer EDI’s Maryborough workshop.

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Initial works underway on Cross River Rail

Initial works have begun on the $5.4 billion Cross River Rail project, which has been fully funded by the Queensland State Government in the recent State Budget.

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Tunnel breakthrough enables further Sydney Light Rail works

The Sydney Light Rail tunnel is a step closer to completion after the breakthrough site at Moore Park marking the start of construction for a key connection between Surry Hills and the Moore Park sporting and entertainment precinct.

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Demolition works to pave the way for Sydney Metro stations

Major demolition works have now begun in order to make way for the new Pitt Street and Martin Place metro stations, two of the 31 stations on Sydney’s new 66 kilometre rail system.

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Tender announced for GoPrint demolition works

The Cross River Rail project has reached a significant milestone, with construction companies invited to tender for the demolition of the GoPrint site at Woolloongabba.

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Committee announced for Box Hill Station interchange upgrade

Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan has announced the Box Hill Transit Interchange Steering Committee, which will work towards a business case for the redevelopment of the Box Hill station and bus interchange.

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Stage 2 works underway on Murray Basin Rail Project

Works are underway on the second stage of the $440 million Murray Basin Rail Project, which will continue the upgrade and conversion of over 1,000 kilometres of track to standard gauge.

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Sydney Metro maintenance facility track laying complete

Track laying is now complete at Rouse Hill, where the new world-class Sydney Metro maintenance facility will be based.

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Plans Underway for Australia’s High Speed Rail and Smart City Future

While talk of a high speed rail has been on the cards for over three decades in Australia, the Consolidated Land and Rail Australia (CLARA) plan now hopes to galvanise these ideas, turning them into a palpable reality.

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CUBIS install fit rail pit in $10.9b Metro Tunnel Project, Melbourne

Metro Rail Tunnel Early Works officially begun on Monday 19th December 2016, with the first CUBIS Systems BVCI™ communications cable pit installed in central Melbourne, Australia.

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Transport Infrastructure Boom across Queensland

The Inland Rail project is set to improve the national rail network and serve the interstate freight market. A significant feature of the project is the new 1700km freight rail line which will provide a road competitive service.

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Queensland Transport Infrastructure Conference supports growing transport infrastructure sector

The 7th Annual Queensland Transport Infrastructure Conference was held last week at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre to an audience of more than 200 delegates.

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Melbourne Metro Rail Project Federal Budget funding boost

The Australian government has announced $857 million in funding towards the development of the Melbourne Metro Rail Project as part of the Federal Budget 2016/17.

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Gold Coast Light Rail Stage Two boost to Queensland transport network

As part of the Queensland government’s transport strategy, light rail will play a prevalent role in providing passenger transport services for the state.

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