Leverage all the power of the Phoenix G2
When you do, you'll get enhanced performance in 4 critical areas: decreased response times, maximized situational awareness, streamlined dispatch process and seamless IT integration.
When station alerting is at its best, everyone benefits
With Phoenix G2, the station alerting bar has officially been raised.
Reduced response times
Alerts are delivered to 1 or more stations simultaneously in under a second. Dispatcher “on-hold” time is reduced. Response times can be cut by seconds or minutes, helping to meet or exceed NFPA 1710 recommendations.
Increased situational awareness
Visual and auditory peripherals throughout the station provide alert information so first responders are better-informed when they arrive on the scene.
For the health of First Responders & Dispatchers
Ramping tones, lights and zoned alerting only notify on-call units and are less jarring than bells and alarms. Automated dispatch alerting streamlines the process for dispatchers, helping to reduce stress.
Reliability and redundancy
Uptime is maximized using NFPA 1221-compliant redundant alerting pathways and manual alerting, so it can run during communication failures. Software upgrades can be deployed from any web-enabled device.
The system distributes quick, low-bandwidth alerting messages that are non-disruptive, enabling the continuous operation of legacy networks and easy integration with other applications.