Public Safety

 
Public Safety
Case Studies
 

 

Zetron products–including its radio dispatch, E9-1-1 call-taking, and fire station alerting systems–are used by public-safety agencies throughout the world to serve the public and coordinate and control operations.

With thousands of systems installed in police, fire, and emergency medical services agencies, as well as 9-1-1 call centers and regional emergency operations centers, Zetron has earned a reputation for the reliability, flexibility, configurability and ease of use of its products.

Zetron products are highly customizable and integrate with multiple devices and resources. They also offer the critical interoperability public-safety agencies require to communicate across departments, agencies and jurisdictions.  Click here for a list of some of our Public Safety customers.

Public Safety Customers

Arizona Dept. of Health   Durban Health, South Africa   Harrisburg Capitol Police
L.A. City Fire   Lancaster County   Monmouth County
New York State Police   Queensland Police, Australia   Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Sao Paulo Police, Brazil   U.S. Coast Guard    
         
         

Zetron Products Used in Public Safety
Zetron products and systems used to manage public-safety communications include:

Radio Dispatch Systems

E9-1-1 Call-Taking Systems

Fire Station Alerting

For a complete list of Zetron products, see Products.

For more information about which Zetron products would best meet your operational requirements, contact your regional Zetron office. (See the contact information at the bottom of this web page.)

Zetron Supports Open Standards
Many public-safety agencies are required to purchase equipment that is open-standards compliant. This is because products that adhere to open standards typically offer higher levels of interoperability and customer choice than products based on proprietary protocols do.

Zetron is fully committed to the development and adoption of open standards, including Project 25 (P25), digital mobile radio (DMR) and Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA). For more information, see Zetron's Commitment to Open Standards.