Specifications include, but are not limited to:
2.2.1 The vendor shall provide a “turnkey” fire station alerting and automation system including
the system design, all necessary equipment, software, programming, installation, system
configuration, on-site system start-up, on-site testing, on-site final acceptance, and on-site
2.2.2 The proposed FSAA system shall accommodate 28 fire stations and 2 fire dispatch
positions and be expandable to accommodate 45 fire stations and 10 fire dispatch positions
and shall be capable of expanding to other county PSAPs.
2.2.3 The proposed FSAA system shall be able to use up to sixty (60) fire dispatch positions
concurrently per county defined Areas to alert fire stations.
2.2.4 The proposed FSAA system shall be able to expand to 20 different Areas without additional
FSAA hardware at the E911 center for discrete mutual aid capability.
2.2.5 The proposed FSAA system must be able to be utilized as a Fire Station Alerting system
and an Apparatus Alerting system simultaneously without the need for additional software
or hardware and without any additional operator intervention.
2.2.6 The proposed FSAA system may have the option and capability to interface with network
siren sites as well as fire stations with the same FSAA hardware and software application at
the E911 dispatch center. The dispatch operator shall use the same SOP for dispatching
siren sites as they do for fires stations.