The Ambulance Radio Programme is responsible for enhancing the delivery of secure and efficient communication capabilities to the UK’s 13 Ambulance Trusts.

Client Profile

The Ambulance Radio Programme (ARP) is a £390m Department of Health initiative to replace outdated and poorly networked analogue communications systems within the UK’s Ambulance service.

Central to this aim was the delivery of two Data Centres plus a new suite of applications for the Control Room and responder communication applications and devices to the Ambulance Trusts. The ARP will introduce new ways of working, connectivity, communication devices and bearers to replace the Airwave System, aiming to utilise the Emergency Services Network (ESN) when it comes online.