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Posted: Thursday, December 22, 2016 1:16 AM


Florida is one of the home of most gated communities. In the past, it is only restricted to retirement villages and compounds accessible only for the rich people. However, at present times, middle to upper middle class’ townhouses are now protected with gates. This creates protection for people living inside the community. Bonita Springs, Bradenton, and Lakewood Ranch are one of the cities in Southwest Florida with the highest number of gated communities.

Gated communities create their own private world by enclosing their space with high walls and secured gate entrance. However, they are still part of the whole community which needs public assistance as well. They need firefighters, police, and medical personnel just like other people do. Gated communities, however, have its consequences.

For over the years, gated communities have been a growing concern to emergency personnel. For them to efficiently perform their duties, everything must be quickly done. However, gated communities are causing them delays. Emergency vehicle cannot directly get through the gates because they do not have the access to it. The good news is, Emergency Vehicle Access Control or EVAC was developed to help address this kind of issue.

Emergency Vehicle Access Control is a radio controlled system made for emergency responders to gain easy access to gated communities. It works with a remote and a receiver. With just a push of a button option on the remote, the gate will automatically open to let the emergency get through without delays. No more fumbling of keys nor activation of siren to open the gates. This is a simple and easy way to respond to emergency calls especially in cities like Bonita Springs, Bradenton, and Lakewood Ranch.

.Contact 239-274-1789 now for information on how your unit can gain access to gated communities, private homes, and businesses with the push of a button. It is available nationally and internationally

The following entities have already installed EVAC;
Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District
City of Naples Fire-Rescue Department
Collier County Government
East Naples Fire Control and Rescue District
Estero Fire Rescue
Fort Myers Shores Fire Department
Iona McGregor Fire Protection & Rescue Service District
Marco Island Fire Rescue Department
Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District
North Fort Myers Fire Control District
Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District

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