When first responders get the call, the lack of situational awareness can be a major headache. With ActiveComms, users can now listen in to ongoing radio chatter across two channels and respond when needed, all through the ActiveAlert app.
No More Bulky Radio
Don’t worry about carrying around a bulky radio for each agency you work with. Easily switch between channels to hear what’s going on during an emergency.
The drawback to radios is the lack of viable communication distance, unlike your cell phone which can give you almost unlimited range.
Receive radio communications in real time just like you would if you had a radio in hand.
Listen in on radio chatter from anywhere, be it your car on the way to the scene, a restaurant, or the gym.
The ActiveComms Radio Bridge allows you to hook into radio channels and create up to 1000 virtual channels and set permissions as to who can listen and respond through their phone.
Like ActiveAlert, ActiveComms can detect tone frequencies and direct them to your phone to override silent mode and start transmitting audio.
Combined with ActiveAlert, ActiveComms makes your phone a one stop device for saving as many lives as possible.
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