Communication and alerts
Mobile CAD alerts
Pre-select how you get mobile alerts – push notification, text message, email and many more – direct from CAD and/or from a live pager audio feed.
Dispatch audio alerts
TwoToneDetect (TTD) detects two-tone and long-tone pages, sends a pre-alert, records dispatch audio and sends out the alert. It’s easy to set up and no CAD is needed.
Receive audio or text-to-voice alerts right in your station. You set the alert tones and whether the dispatch repeats.
Messaging and chat
Communicate with members and mutual aid agencies in-app using text, push notifications and email. Send one-time announcements or chat real-time.
Access previous alerts anytime, with the ability to play back recorded audio.
See the response status, live location and availability of team members and apparatus.
Our maps deliver critical data including location, turn-by-turn navigation, satellite images of the area and other customizable and known hazard markers.
Mutual aid interaction
Link your system with mutual aid agencies to see who is available and responding, share pre-plan information and communicate directly with each other.
Upload pre-plans to your maps and control who can access them. Attach plans to geo-fenced regions like school campuses and mutual aid regions.
Toll free call-in
Unlike other alert systems, users without a smartphone can use the system too. Just call a pre-assigned number to indicate response status.
Formal or informal crew scheduling means you’ll know before an incident happens whether sufficient personnel can respond.
Free incident reporting
Access the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS 5.0) at no additional cost or use a non-NFIRS web-based solution.
With a calendar that links to your messaging system, get automated notifications and reminders of upcoming events.
Store resource information in a central location and access reporting tools for training, classes, events, certifications and more.
Emergency contact information
Input emergency contact information with custom fields (blood type, preferred hospital) so they’re easily accessible when they’re needed.