PHOENIX – August 4, 2015 – US Digital Designs, a leading provider of fire station alerting hardware and software, has announced that it will be exhibiting at the 81st Annual APCO International Conference and Expo (www.apco2015.org) in Washington DC. During the expo, which will run August 17-18, US Digital Designs (www.stationalerting.com) will hold interactive product demonstrations of its innovative Phoenix G2 Fire Station Alerting System, in booth 1822.
“We’ve always enjoyed exhibiting at APCO International because it brings together more than 5,000 public safety professionals for networking and educational opportunities, plus it allows vendors like US Digital Designs (USDD) to showcase how our latest technology benefits to dispatchers, firefighters and communities,” said Dominic Magnoni, General Manager, US Digital Designs. “As an international fire station alerting company, USDD has also proudly exhibited at British APCO in Manchester, England, and APCO Australasia, in Melbourne, Australia.”
About USDD’s Phoenix G2 Station Alerting System
Public safety dispatchers and firefighters perform their daily routines more confidently knowing that the Phoenix G2 Fire Station Alerting System, the industry’s most effective communication technology for reducing response times, will communicate information to the right personnel at the right station. By focusing on optimum crew health, the Phoenix G2 system awakens only on-call units with ramped tones and lighting so non-dispatched crews remain undisturbed to receive essential proper rest. Meanwhile, well-rested crews operate at peak effectiveness.
The Phoenix G2 automated dispatching system also offers:
- Crystal clear text-to-speech software technology
- High-contrast LED message signs
- Multi-year, 24/7/365 proven reliability
- Easy, hassle-free installation with complete built-in features and abilities
- Web-based remote configuration and control
- Virtually no required maintenance
- NFPA 1221 compliance for fire agencies
About APCO International 2015
APCO International is the world’s oldest and largest association of public safety communications officials. The APCO International 2015 conference is expected to draw an attendance of more than 5,000 public safety communications professionals.