Major fire station alerting improvements can come with a hefty price tag, but they don’t need to be an all-or-nothing proposition. In fact, there are many ways you can make meaningful enhancements to your system even when budgets are tight. Find out how in PURVIS’s latest report. Fill out the form below for your free copy!
Our modular, software-based configuration allows for cost-effective scalability as needs and budgets change, without requiring costly hardware and software upgrades.
Redundant automated alerts ensure first responders are given critical event information across a variety of different channels and devices, and never miss a call.
A CAD-integrated alerting system works alongside dispatch center personnel to automatically and instantly deliver incident details to the appropriate responders.
Our clients include New York City Fire Department (FDNY); Boston Fire Department; District of Columbia; Charleston County, SC, DuPage County, IL, Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD); Kitsap County, WA; Ft. Collins, CO; Williamson County, TX; Jacksonville, FL; and Pittsburgh, PA.
"The primary reason that we selected PURVIS is due to their system flexibility, particularly its ability fully operate within our security scheme. Their design and implementation teams were thorough and efficient and communicated frequently and effectively throughout the design and implementation process."
With PURVIS’ Fire Station Alerting System™, a large city fire department in the northeast decreased response times by over 1 minute.
"The PURVIS FSAS™ has performed flawlessly on every dispatch while saving valuable time. PURVIS effectively integrated with our fiber network, radio system, mapping and audio systems to provide our fire fighters the vital data needed to meet each response."
Within the first 3 hours of operation with PURVIS’ Fire Station Alerting System™, a regional dispatch center in the southeast went from 79.41% NFPA-compliant to 100% NFPA-compliant.
PURVIS Systems is a technology solutions partner with 45+ years of experience in the public safety industry that develops, implements, modernizes, and maintains life-critical public safety software and hardware solutions for fire departments, dispatch centers, and emergency medical services.