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REMOTE COMMANDER

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IntelliCOMM™  Remote Commander delivers a stable, software defined, cost effective station alerting / fire station bells endpoint which Fire, Rescue, and Emergency services can depend on 24/7.

What does IntelliCOMM's Remote Commander offer?

  • Emergency dispatch & response time is reduced
  • Seamless integration with existing CAD systems.
  • Improves compliance with the SANS 10090 codes.
  • Stable, low maintenance cost effective and minimal infrastructural impact.
  • Integrates with existing electrical and PA infrastructure.
  • Accessible local partner support network.
  • Fastest possible emergency dispatch alert possible via Internet
  • Dependable, visual and audio alert command.
  • Improved rapid response time and efficiency.
  • Increases incident turn around rates.
  • Ascending bells helps to reduce stress during alerting process.
  • Streamlines the emergency dispatching process
  • Low maintenance hardware appliance.
  • Accessible HTTP/s control protocol with proven system uptime.
  • Scalable, software defined operation, customisable to client specifications.
  • Multi-protocol support including all L2 and L3 Internet Standard Protocols (ISP).
  • Reduces service callouts through full remote configuration capabilities.
  • Quicker emergency service response and increased service delivery.
  • Saves lives and property.
  • Aligned with global emergency services best practice.
  • Improved community and emergency sector relations.
  • An opportunity to rebuild trust in, and respect for, emergency services.

Fire Station Alerting System

The IntelliCOMM™ Remote Commander has been developed to activate with one command from the Emergency Control Centre/ Call-taking And Dispatch system. The customisable firmware automatically activates all the relevant alerting elements such as lights, bells, sirens, gates to alert the remote station to an Emergency Callout Situation. All elements in the system goes off in a predetermined sequence thereby reducing any potential failed emergency calls due to any unreliable network connections. A local manual override provides failsafe activations from the station watch room.