Fire Station Alerting


From first alert to final dispatch and acknowledgment, manage the fire station alerting process to improve the speed, efficiency and safety of the response. Simultaneously alert multiple stations and automate the turnout sequence with control of systems such as; bay doors, traffic signals and lights. Alert firefighters with ramped heart-saver tones and dispatch audio to selected zones in the station, while sending alarms to select personnel via email or cell phones.

sign development

Not only do we custom design and wirelessly program your display signs according to your specific needs, we guarantee the quality and life of your LED sign.

US3 are dedicated in providing the highest quality LED lights available today by putting them through rigorous testing.

They use a climate chamber to test against heat and humidity, a salt fog chamber to test against the corrosive effects of salty coastal air, an environmental simulator to run stress tests on the product before it evens reaches you, IP, or ingress protection, tests against water and dust penetration into the LED lights, and finally a vibration test to make sure the product is ready to be shipped and handled without concern.

Early Warning Systems

State and local authorities and municipalities worldwide are dealing with a major challenge in providing early warnings to their populations, when unexpected events result in danger to the safety of the population. Such events are plentiful: heavy storms and hurricanes, forest fires, dam and river floods, earthquakes, tsunami, etc. The solution to such a system must provide fast and efficient dissemination of alerts to responsible personnel.

The most reliable early warning systems utilize a SCADA technology and we recommend implementing your system with the ACE3600 and MOSCAD-M RTUs. These systems are used worldwide, providing both a cost effective and uncompromising solution for early warning systems using wireless or physical line communication.

ACE3600 based solutions can be configured and optimally applied to the targeted tasks as listed below:

  • Activate a selected siren from the control center
  • Activate selected group(s) of sirens (broadcast/group-cast)
  • Activate any single siren or group of sirens from a backup control room
  • Activate any single or group of sirens from a mobile PC controller (command unit)
  • Periodically perform real tests or silent tests, as applicable
  • Interface to a wide range of siren equipment and public annunciation units
  • Provide a reliable positive feedback on the operation of the field devices.
Multiple station alerting

Rapid alerting to multiple stations followed by dispatcher voice broadcast.



Dual link connection

Use of both wireless and wired links to significantly improve the reliability of alerting systems.



Remote Monitoring and control

Monitor and control the fire station security from the dispatch center while the station is empty.



bunk room and zone alerting

Lights and tones activate in select areas using pre-set criteria to alert only those required for a response.




Automatically records dispatch and response actions for future analyis and evidence.
Graphical User Interface Easy-to-use GUI for dispatching to multiple fire stations and for configuration and maintenance. 


Support for astro 7.x IV&D

Peace of mind with the mission critical reliability of Motorola ASTRO 25 network. Enhanced system security. Protects systems integrity and information.


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