Sanders Audio Visual Equipment (SAVE) was formed in 1984 in Orlando, Florida. Our product line included Audio Visual Equipment and training systems for public and private schools. As our company grew, developing specialized systems became our strong point. Language laboratories, sound systems, typing and later computer labs were our main focus.

While representing several international manufactures we were also representatives for The Heischman Company who developed the first analog Radio and Telephone Simulator Systems.

Their dedication to public safety training, constant research and meticulously improvements set the standards for Public Safety Communication Training Simulators in the early 80’s.

SAVE Corporation has taken on the challenge of 21st century communication training. Our growth in simulation and the ability to pace the escalating requirements for communications training equipment takes a full complement of architects, developers and support staff.

Our commitment to preparing today’s telecommunicators with state of the art systems is apparent in workforce development education and communication centers nationwide.

By becoming long term partners with and members of organizations such as: APCO, IAED, ACTE, LAPSEN, CALEA, NENA and countless other worldwide organizations and publications, we continue to provided new technologies by keeping abreast of current training opportunities.

We are committed to developing and providing a superior class of simulators and support materials for our customers and long term partners. Our goal is to provide the highest quality systems available related to education, safety and training.

Three decades of involvement with public safety and criminal justice education has kept us in the forefront of developing unequaled telecommunications simulators. The past three decades have been exciting to say the least. The future holds a wonderful opportunity for us to develop new training products for emerging technologies, and resources in related fields.

Thank you for your interest in our past…present… and future!