Welcome to our Station Alerting video library!
At US Digital Designs, we continue to build our library of station alerting videos. You’ll find a variety of content — from customer testimonials and community news coverage to product demonstrations and partnership information.
Our goal is to show you the depth and breadth of our comprehensive Phoenix G2 system through the power of video. And, if you don’t see what you’re looking for, please contact us with your request.
An overview of Fire Station Alerting equipment provided by US Digital Designs. The video features our Voice Alert product and highlights its effect on reducing response times.
This video demonstrates how the USDD Phoenix G2 Station Alerting system and automated voice system can save seconds to minutes on response times and how it relates to compliance with NFPA 1710.
See how the City of Allen in North Texas installs new public safety equipment at its dispatch center and fire stations, powered by US Digital Designs.
In this video, filmed at FDIC 2018, learn what types of fire stations rely on US Digital Design’s fire station alerting system and how their concerns are alleviated via 24/7 secure, automated dispatching.
Watch how US Digital Designs and TriTech Software Systems partner together to ensure that the Phoenix G2 fire station alerting system helps reduce response times for dispatchers and first responders.
San Antonio Fire Chief discusses their new fire station alerting system designed by US Digital Designs and how it will reduce their response times. Be sure to see Part 2 of the video.
San Antonio Fire Chief discusses their new fire station alerting system designed by US Digital Designs and how it will reduce their response times.
Thanks to groundbreaking fire station communications technology powered by Phoenix, Ariz.-based US Digital Designs, critical seconds have been shaved off fire and medical response times in Cedar Park, Tex., and vicinity. In fact, Cedar Park’s new system is already helping the community achieve its ambitious goal of averaging eight minutes for a fire call and six minutes for a medical call in this calendar year.