Exterior side view of LDV built mobile command center for Texas Department of Public Safety
Exterior of LDV mobile command center with dual rear masts and exterior monitor compartment
Satellite communications on the roof of LDV mobile command center

Texas Department of Public Safety 45ft. Mobile Command Center

This recent 45ft. mobile command center delivery for the Texas Department of Public Safety is built on a Freightliner M2 112 tandem axle chassis and features an all aluminum body construction. A Detroit DD13 12.8L 505HP engine with an Allison 4000 EVS automatic transmission powers the vehicle. We integrated four of our in-house fabricated flat floor slide-outs into the body to maximize the available interior workspace. Our Intel-I-Touch™ vehicle automation touch screen has been installed to simplify the deployment of the vehicle on scene. Localized Intel-I-Touch touchpads have also been installed. An exterior workstation has also been installed to house a 55″ SunBrite 4K HDR UHD display monitor. Extreme Duty body storage compartments have been added to the body for additional gear storage. A vehicle leveling system has also been added to stabilize the command center on scene.

Inside, the mobile command center has a front conference and collaboration room with fixed center table and spider base task chairs (8). We also installed flip down bench seating for staff. There is a single workstation in the streetside slide out as well. The front wall has a 65″ touch display monitor. Custom aluminum cabinetry is utilized throughout the vehicle. Magnetic surface dry erase white boards are also part of the interior. The curbside slide out has dual wall mounted 43″ display monitors and the street side slide out has a single 43″ display monitor. A weather station has also been installed in the vehicle.

The center of the vehicle features dual electronics racks and a multi-function printer on a slide out tray. A galley with microwave, Keurig™ and small refrigerator is also part of the center room inside the mobile command center. Magnetic soft closure pocket doors are utilized to provide privacy when needed. The rear room has a stowable center table with both short and tall legs depending on the need that day. The streetside workstations each have three 24″ display monitors, a single 22″ display monitor and there is a 32″ center monitor. We also prewired and installed the customer’s computers. There are three workstations on the curbside and each features a curved 34″ display monitor. Overhead cabinets have dry erase writing surface for notes.

Five ducted low profile rooftop A/C units handle the cooling duties inside the vehicle. Electric wall mounted heaters supply heat when needed. A powerful 25kW liquid-cooled diesel generator provides plenty of electric power to the vehicle. A full vehicle surge suppression system protects all of the installed electronics. We added Tiger Foam insulation between the floor and the generator compartment to reduce the noise and vibration.

Vehicle Details

  • Freightliner M2 112 tandem axle chassis
  • All aluminum body construction
  • (4) LDV-fabricated flat floor slide outs
  • Intel-I-Touch™ vehicle automation system
  • Vehicle leveling system
  • Exterior workstation
  • Extreme Duty body storage compartments
  • Pull out aluminum stair cassette
  • Emergency lighting and siren package
  • Front conference room w/ fixed center table
  • (14) Spider base task chairs
  • (2) Large electronics racks
  • Multi-function printer
  • Custom aluminum cabinetry
  • Magnetic soft closure pocket doors
  • Magnetic surface dry erase white boards
  • Stowable table w/ short and tall legs
  • Galley w/ microwave, Keurig™ and refrigerator
  • 65″ Newline Trutouch display monitor
  • 43″ high resolution display monitors in front slide outs
  • Localized Intel-I-Touch touchpads
  • 34″ curved display monitors
  • Customer-supplied computers
  • Dry erase writing surface on overhead cabinets
  • Flip down bench seating
  • Extron HDMI matrix switcher
  • Custom console in cab area


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