G2 VoiceAlert™ Automated Dispatch
Provides dispatchers with manual alerting, alert monitoring, radio announcement control and station alarm reporting.
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.
VoiceAlert is an alternative to a human manually speaking dispatch information for each call. The speech is generated in a fraction of a second and sent to individual stations immediately, freeing up contention for a single dispatcher audio channel. The dispatcher is relieved of a time-consuming task, freeing valuable time for other critical tasks or calls.
The VoiceAlert speech engine produces a calm, crystal-clear male or female voice, delivered digitally or through a voice radio system from the dispatch center to the G2 ATX Station Controller, and then played in specified regions of the fire station over G2 Illuminated Speakers.
Note: Features and abilities are only available with a dispatch system interfaced to CAD and Radio Systems.
VoiceAlert In the News
(Article) The Lincoln Fire & Rescue Department, located in Nebraska, recently installed USDD’s Fire Station Alerting System, which includes its text-to-speech automated VoiceAlert software. “Samantha”
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