PRESS RELEASE Receives Positive Reviews from Industry Leaders lets you know immediately who is responding to your calls and dispatches, where they are responding, and when they will be responding.  This saves critical time, and reduces response times, for fire departments, EMS agencies, SAR and technical rescue teams, and any other incident response teams when responding to emergencies. 

Read what Deputy Fire Chief Billy Goldfeder had to say about IamResponding:

Every once in awhile I run into a really cool product that really does help solve a problem.  I was blown away when I saw this system.  This is a product that I feel can change the fire service, when firefighters are not in quarters, such as volunteer, call or off-duty career firefighters who are recalled, in a very positive manner.  This is also good for career departments for recalls, and for specialty teams.  One of the biggest challenges is when the tones are going off, who is showing up?  Maybe you are the first arriving at your firehouse when the alarm comes in and you are staring at your watch waiting . . . With this system, within 15 seconds, your chiefs, your dispatcher, and your members will know exactly who is available to respond.  Now instead of waiting 3, 5 or 10 minutes, you hit a second alarm if you don't have enough members responding, or you will hit mutual aid right away.  You are helping your members because it takes firefighters to take care of firefighters.  You are ensuring a good response to that alarm.  You are taking care of your citizens by getting apparatus there quickly and effectively.  This invention is absolutely a neat product, and it is dirt cheap.  When it comes to firefighter safety, none of it matters if you do not have the staffing.  This system solves that problem.

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