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Alert's RESPONDER CAD Interfaced To Locution's CADVoice
Completion of interface development effort between Alert Public Safety Solutions & Locution Systems now allows Alert PSS customers to deploy Locution Systems’ fire station alerting & automated dispatching system to improve response times, and reduce stress for 9-1-1 dispatchers & fire-EMS responders
Locution Systems, Inc., which offers an advanced fire station alerting and automated 9-1-1 dispatching system for fire and EMS departments, and Alert Public Safety Solutions, which offers Computer-Aided Dispatch, Mobile Dispatch, and Records Management for public safety departments, has completed a software interface between the Alert PSS RESPONDER CAD system and Locution Systems’ fire station alerting and automated 9-1-1 dispatching system.
The new interface between the Alert PSS RESPONDER CAD system and Locution Systems’ fire station alerting system allows critical information about 9-1-1 calls to be quickly and easily transferred from the Alert PSS RESPONDER CAD system to Locution Systems’ CADVoice®. The Alert PSS RESPONDER CAD system serves as the “brains” of the 9-1-1 dispatching process in a 9-1-1 communications center. Once a dispatcher has reviewed and approved the information from the Alert PSS RESPONDER CAD about a specific 9-1-1 call, the Alert PSS RESPONDER CAD system now can automatically route data about that 9-1-1 call to a Locution Systems’ computer server located in the same 9-1-1 communications center.
Once data from the Alert PSS RESPONDER CAD reaches the Locution Systems’ computer server, Locution Systems’ fire station alerting system then takes over and automatically routes the 9-1-1 dispatch to its intended destination, where it can automatically vocalize the information from the 9-1-1 dispatch at a fire station, or over the fire department’s radio system. Locution Systems’ fire station alerting system also offers a wide array of additional fire station alerting technologies including: automated zoned dispatching for multi-unit fire stations, automated visual alerting such as displaying 9-1-1 dispatch information on LED monitors and LED reader boards, automated count-up timers which tell fire-EMS responders the time it’s taking them to reach the apparatus bay, automated tone alerts, automated apparatus bay doors, and much more.
The following Computer-Aided Dispatch Systems now have an interface to Locution Systems CADVoice® including:
- Alert Public Safety Solutions
- EnRoute Emergency Systems
- Interact Public Safety
- Motorola Solutions
- New World
- Northrop Grumman
- Sungard (OSSI & THE)
For more information, see:
- Corporate News/9-1-1magazine.com (via Lucution Systems, 4/23/12)