Emergency Incident Alerting Systems
We seamlessly integrate with your CAD system to capture all incident alert information and immediately process this information based on your specific station requirements. Below are some of our emergency processing capabilities that you can choose to implement in your station.
Non-Emergency Information Displays
Leverage your investment in LCDs and LEDs by displaying critical non-emergency information while your station is not in an emergency response status. Our non-emergency LED based solution is text-only based whereas our LCD solution is multi-media based and is extremely flexible in terms of the number of services and arrangement you choose to implement for your station. Below are a few non-emergency services to choose from. If we don’t already have what you’re looking for, we can add it.
Mobile Information Alerting System
Have access to all the critical information for all outstanding incidents while you travel to/from an incident. The options here are endless though our intent is to deliver one full screen of all the information you desire while responding to the incident.
Our most popular layout consists of three sections. The first section displays all outstanding incidents along with the currently selected incident’s details. The second section displays the current hospital status. The third section displays the currently selected incident’s map. The map can be your in-house developed area maps or a dynamically generated map that zooms in and places a marker on the incident location. In addition, the dynamic map also displays a marker for all surrounding road closures, water sources and traffic. If you hover your mouse over any of the markers you get a popup display with additional information about that specific marker.
A web-based tool will be made available to station personnel designated to maintain required non-emergency information such as Road Closures, Equipment Out-Of-Service, Upcoming Events, Duty Schedules or any similar services requiring up to date maintenance.
The above information can be changed locally within the station or remotely off site by the fire academy, 911 center, headquarters, dispatch center, or EOC.
This Public Safety Alerting Platform was developed in 2009 and already is installed in several Public Safety establishments including Fire Stations, EMS Stations and Police Stations. The FAST Platform delivers emergency incident alert information as well as non-emergency information to Public Safety Station Personnel in an efficient and timely manner.