Station Alerting Technology

Dashboards, interfaces, an app, I/O network and text-to-voice automation. Learn about the software and systems behind our Phoenix G2 system.

At US Digital Designs, our technology tools are flexible and easy to master, allowing administrators to get the most out of any size station alerting system.

Best of all, our tools recognize industry standards so you can easily mix-and-match Phoenix G2 solutions with your existing hardware investments.

The Phoenix G2 Communications Gateway Dashboard allows dispatchers to easily send automated dispatching messages to any number of fire stations. They can also use the Dashboard to monitor and acknowledge alerts as well as keep tabs on fire station alarms. The manual alerting helps fire agencies maintain NFPA 1221 requirements.

Designed for IT system administrators, the Station Controller Interface is a Web-based browser that helps you configure and manage fire station alerting from any location, at any time. It enables approved personnel to connect to the ATX Station Controller via a local- or wide-area network.

The Fire Station Alerting (FSA) Mobile App is an extension of the USDD Phoenix G2 Fire Station Alerting System. With it, firefighters and first responders can receive instant verbal, written and location fire station alerts, regardless of whether they are in the fire station or on the road.


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The Phoenix G2 VoiceAlert is a computer-automated dispatch module that assists public safety dispatchers during an emergency call by taking over the task of reading dispatch information aloud.

The G2 I/O (input/output) Network enables station personnel to interface with external devices (e.g., station doorbells, lighting, appliances, doors and gates) and reset alerts, trigger walk-in alarms and monitor fire alarms.

The Radio Console Interface connects the Station Alerting System to one or more dedicated radio consoles to provide Resource Selection, Automated Voice Announcement, Call Alerting, and Radio Resource Status.

The interface can connect to Motorola MCC 7500, MCC 7500e, and MCC 7100 consoles along with Harris C3 Maestro Gateway consoles.

This interface is typically used in large multi-jurisdictional systems supporting multiple dispatch talkgroups or channels. The alerting system can select one or more talkgroups or channels for an automated voice announcement and can support more than one console position in a system.

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USDD’s I/O technology is also built into our G2 I/O Remote, which controls station devices based on specific events or time of day.

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