The Cutchogue Fire Department has recently installed an Avtec Scout Console system. The Department is currently in the process of renovating their existing dispatch center. The Avtec Scout Console was chosen for its mobility and ease of integration. During the construction of the new dispatch center, the Scout Console was installed in a temporary location. When complete, the console will be moved easily due to its IP-based infrastructure.
Hello Alert installed a new two-position Avtec Scout console system in the Medford Fire headquarters. The Scout console replaced and end-of-life Zetron console. The Scout console was installed in a temporary dispatch location for the duration of a major dispatch center renovation. Since the Scout console is IP-based, it will allow the dispatchers to move into the new dispatch center quickly with zero downtime.
Congratulations to the Farmingdale Fire Department on their new Avtec Scout Console! This one-position console system was installed in their brand new dispatch center. The installation of the Avtec Scout Console was made in parallel to their existing, end-of-life Zetron console, allowing the dispatchers to use both consoles. This allowed the Avtec system to be installed and tested live in the new dispatch center before the dispatchers moved in. It also allowed for training users on the new Avtec console while the dispatcher operated on the existing Zetron console.
With many looking to deploy a decentralized voice communications system, IP-based systems have allowed agencies to leverage their existing enterprise network to create a communications network with redundancy and failover. If you are in the process of planning a new voice communications infrastructure, please take some time to watch this webinar.
The APCO-Atlantic Chapter 2013 Chapter Conference is being held in Hyannis, MA, October 14-16. If you are attending, please be sure to go and see some of our product manufacturers.
- Avtec (Booth 4)
- Tait Radio (Booth 44)
- Eventide (Booth 50)