18-21 May 2023 Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Uniden Leads the Way in Wireless Communication

Published: February 20, 2019

Uniden Australia will be presenting some of their road essentials at this year’s Brisbane Truck Show. The world-leaders in wireless communication with over 50 years of global excellence, Uniden produces high-quality products ranging from UHF CB mobile radios to in-car smart dash cameras.

A Global Leader

Uniden Australia is part of the Uniden Corporation of Japan, a global company with a presence in America, Europe, Asia and the South Pacific. Uniden invests in state of the art engineering that ensures maximum quality and longevity for their products. As world-leaders in wireless multimedia technology, they strive to stay ahead of the curve and invest their time and resources into extensive research and development. As a result of their efforts, Uniden has become the world’s largest manufacturer of wireless communication products.

What to Expect at the Show

Uniden will be bringing three innovative and high-quality products to this year’s Brisbane Truck Show. The premium UH9050 CB mobile radio is perfect for staying connected on and off the road with innovative new features such as the instant reply function, Smart Mic, Master Scan and a built-in scanner. Also showcased at will be their UH5050 Models, DIN sized radios that are ideal for long distance travellers and their new Smart Dash Cam range including the popular IGOCAM70R that provides additional driver assist features and captures incidents even when the vehicle is parked.

In addition to the exciting products that will be at the show, the team of knowledgeable staff will also be at the stand to provide information about Uniden products and answer any questions you may have. Make sure to stop by the Uniden stand as the team at Uniden is looking forward to helping you discover the very latest in wireless communication solutions for those in need of durable and reliable in-car equipment.


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