Bryx, a globally renowned provider of first responder technology, has landed their first station alerting customer in Texas, bringing features such as color-changing lighting, heart-smart ramping tones, text-to-speech readouts, and full station automation.
With the installation of the Bryx Station alerting system at West University Place Fire Department, firefighters are alerted faster and with more detailed information, helping them respond quicker and much more efficiently.
Bryx platform for mobile and station alerting
“We are highly impressed with our new Bryx system,” said Chief Aaron Taylor of West University Place Fire Department, Texas adding “Between the mobile app and the station alerting system, our members get notified faster and with more information than ever before. From sales to engineering and implementation, the Bryx team has been great to work with.”
This expansion into the fire department in Texas further adds to the company’s growing list of agencies trusting the Bryx platform for mobile and station alerting.
Bryx Station is a full-featured station alerting system that connects fire departments and EMS agencies
Bryx Station is a full-featured station alerting system that connects fire departments and EMS agencies around the globe, providing immediate alerts, full station automation, and improving response times.
When a call comes in, the Bryx Station Control Unit alerts the house with heart-smart ramping tones, color-changing lights, and text-to-speech audio readouts. The system can perform tasks such as turning off stoves, opening and closing bay doors, and securing the building, automating the tasks that first responders have little time to complete.
Support with Bryx 911 mobile alerting app
Full station automation allows first responders to focus on getting out the door and shaves off seconds that can mean life or death for those in need.
The Bryx Station alerting system works hand-in-hand with the company’s free mobile alerting and messaging application, Bryx 911.