We are looking to buy an off the self CAD fire alarm system which would be able to interface with the RFAR (radio transmitters)? We have a system that is somewhat new but is not doing what we expected, and has cost a big $$ in programmer fees. Who has what and where can I get the information about the sytem you might be taking about?
Don Zimmerman, Hanford Fire
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09-16-2000, 03:33 PM #1Aerial 131Firehouse.com Guest
What kind of CAD systems are being used?
10-12-2000, 08:20 AM #2mwg911manFirehouse.com Guest
Spotsylvania County's CAD is supplied by DM DATA out of New Jersey. There fire CAD is fairly new and still being fine tuned. Their information data collection section and law enforcement section are really good.
11-11-2000, 03:21 PM #3britterFirehouse.com Guest
Our department uses HTE's public safety CAD and incident reporting systems. We have had tremendous success. Although we do not have the interface you are speaking of I am sure they have dealt with it. We utilize just about every other feature including Wireless CDPD mobiles and AVL's.
Check out www.hteinc.com
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11-14-2000, 07:14 AM #4Captain GonzoFirehouse.com Guest
Our Police and Fire Departments use CAD software from PAMET systems in Acton, Massachusetts. You believe you can contact them at www.pamet.com
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11-22-2000, 12:22 AM #5firecmmncFirehouse.com Guest
Warren County NT uses CAD from New World Systems in Troy MI. It works well, has good support, and has excellent records. It is used on IBM AS/400, can be used through PC's and networked. It can be single or multi-jurisdictional.
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