Customer Profile: Williamson County, TX

System Integration and Radio Alerting

Williamson County, Texas has a population of 545,412 making it the 12th most populous county in Texas.

This multi-jurisdictional agency, consisting of a dispatch center for 13 fire departments and one EMS department, chose PURVIS to upgrade and modernize its fire and EMS alerting system. PURVIS implemented the PURVIS FSAS with an interface to the County’s Superion CAD system for a fully automated alerting solution. The system allows the County to automatically deliver tone alerts to the fire stations and broadcast automated text-to-speech alerts/voice announcements over the County’s radio system.

County fire departments have the flexibility to expand their use of the PURVIS FSAS by adding IP-based communications to the fire stations and selecting from a variety of optional PURVIS FSAS audible and visual fire station alerting device types. Departments also have the option of rolling out the PURVIS FSAS Mobile Application to first responders as another means of providing automated alerts.

Service Highlights:

  • System integration
  • Flexibility for long-term reliability and scalability

Our Technologies Improve Response Times and Streamline Communications

The PURVIS Fire Station Alerting System™ is engineered to meet the exact needs of your organization, providing first responders with the information needed to do their jobs safer and faster.

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