Zoned Dispatching System suits multi-unit fire stations.

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Comprised of software and touch screen hardware, CADVoice® ZoneTracker(TM) allows fire and EMS personnel to tell fire station's alerting system where they are located in station and bunk room in which they will be sleeping. If 911 call comes through during night, system will automatically route dispatches, as well as lighting and tonal alerts, directly and only to rescue crew being dispatched for call, letting others sleep through night and speeding response times.



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Locution Systems, Inc. Introduces New Zoned Dispatching System for Multi-unit Fire Stations



CADVoice(R) ZoneTracker(TM) routes 911 dispatches directly to the fire or EMS unit being dispatched; allows other units to sleep through the night

GOLDEN, Colo., Aug. 6 /-- Locution Systems, Inc., a provider of advanced, automated public safety dispatching, zoned dispatching, and fire station alerting and control technology, today introduced an updated version of CADVoice(R) ZoneTracker(TM) -- a zoned dispatching and alerting system designed for fire stations with more than one fire or EMS crew. Locution Systems unveiled the new zoned dispatching & alerting system while attending the 2007 Association of Public Safety Communications (APCO) conference and expo in Baltimore in August 2007. The updated CADVoice(R) ZoneTracker(TM) system is available immediately.

ZoneTracker(TM) works in conjunction with CADVoice(R) Fire Station -- Locution Systems' flagship fire station alerting system. The ZoneTracker(TM) software module is priced at $1,995 per fire station for up to 30 zones. The larger Station ZoneTracker(TM) touch screen sells for $2,299; the Dorm ZoneTracker(TM) touch screen sells for $1,799.

Locution Systems' ZoneTracker(TM) is comprised of software developed by Locution Systems and tech-friendly touch screen hardware units that allows fire and EMS personnel to simply touch the screen and "tell" the fire station's alerting system where they are located in the station, and more important, the bunk room in which they will be sleeping. Then, when 911 calls come through in the middle of the night, CADVoice(R) ZoneTracker(TM) automatically will route dispatches, as well as lighting and tonal alerts, directly and only to the rescue crew being dispatched for the call.

This ability to route dispatches and alerts directly to the crew being dispatched allows the rest of the rescue crews in the fire station to sleep through the night, and helps mitigate the negative physical and mental effects of sleep deprivation. An added plus: CADVoice(R) ZoneTracker(TM) also helps speed response times to fires and medical emergencies by more precisely routing 911 dispatches to the crews designated to respond to the emergency.

About Locution Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1986, Locution Systems, Inc. offers a comprehensive suite of automated dispatching, zoned dispatching, and fire station alerting and control technologies for public safety applications. Locution Systems' CADVoice(R) dispatching technology is based on the most advanced voice technology on the market today. The flagship product, CADVoice(R) Fire Station, combines automated dispatching technology with automated fire station control technology (automated tone-based alerts, voice dispatching, and activation or de-activation of lighting, bay doors, and more at fire stations). Additional versions of CADVoice(R) products are designed for use in vehicles or for field personnel using radios. Supplementary email- and pager-enabled alerting systems round out the Locution Systems product suite. Locution Systems' products feature software-driven technology that's more cost-effective to maintain than traditional hardware-based systems. The products easily integrate with standard Computer-Aided Dispatching (CAD) systems operating in most 911 communication centers. Locution Systems' products are being used in many major cities throughout the United States, and have been proven to speed response times, as well as reduce 911 call stacking, dispatcher stress, and operational costs. Locution can be reached at (303) 932-0014, or http://www.locution.com/.

CADVoice(R) is a registered trademark of Locution Systems, Inc.

ZoneTracker(TM) is a trademark of Locution Systems, Inc.

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