Intelligent Response from Every Viewpoint

First Responders, Officers, Dispatchers, Incident Command

No Hassle. No Contract. No Kidding.

Rover is a cloud-based notification and response platform that takes incident management to a new level. Its CAD-to-mobile technology instantly relays calls to your responders and lets them indicate their availability with a single touch. With GPS-geolocation and Realtime Mapping App integration, the Rover app provides instant accountability of all responders from start to finish and gives them turn-by-turn directions to their assignment.

Rover For the Fire Service

Track Your Resources

Rover was designed by firefighters to track who’s responding to a call and when they will arrive. It uses GPS-geolocation to show your responders on a map in real-time and count down to their calculated arrival time–whether they’re coming from home, work, or anywhere else

Rover goes beyond calling members to your station. It maps activated apparatus and each crew’s ETA to the scene, staging area, or command post for better resource management.

pin point location with GPS on Rover app
Fire service using Rover for pin point location

Plan Your Response

See at a glance where your activated members are, so you can better plan your response. See who’s arriving at your staging area and who’s close, so you know whether to wait and how to best staff your equipment. Know sooner rather than later whether to call for mutual aid.

Decrease Response Times

With one touch, members can indicate if they are coming or unavailable and get on the road quicker. En route to the incident, turn-by-turn navigation shaves travel time and keep drivers focused on the road—not straining to hear the address or to type it into a separate navigation system.
Rover app showing pin point location
Firefighter radioing to command central

Communicate

Send critical details such as pre-plans and hazards to provide your crew with total situational awareness. Documents can be uploaded or imported in advance to any address, such as building maps and chemicals on site. Or, add new details right on the scene. Follow up with real-time updates. When responders are more aware, the operation gets a whole lot safer.

Redundant Alerting Capabilities

When 9-1-1 systems go down, responders lose essential data about the incident such as location call history, special hazards, and GPS positions of fire, EMS, and police units. Losing this information can delay responses, reduce personnel safety, and affect outcomes.

As long as there’s internet connectivity through WiFi or cellular service, you can still dispatch resources from your entire department in the event of a dispatch system failure. SMS text messages provide redundant back-up messaging capability.

Rover app on ipad and iphone

Plan Your Response

See at a glance where your activated members are, so you can better plan your response. See who’s arriving at your staging area and who’s close, so you know whether to wait and how to best staff your equipment. Know sooner rather than later whether to call for mutual aid.
Fire service using Rover for pin point location

Decrease Response Times

With one touch, members can indicate if they are coming or unavailable and get on the road quicker. En route to the incident, turn-by-turn navigation shaves travel time and keep drivers focused on the road—not straining to hear the address or to type it into a separate navigation system.
Rover app showing pin point location

Communicate

Send critical details such as pre-plans and hazards to provide your crew with total situational awareness. Documents can be uploaded or imported in advance to any address, such as building maps and chemicals on site. Or, add new details right on the scene. Follow up with real-time updates. When responders are more aware, the operation gets a whole lot safer.
Firefighter radioing to command central

Redundant Alerting Capabilities

When 9-1-1 systems go down, responders lose essential data about the incident such as location call history, special hazards, and GPS positions of fire, EMS, and police units. Losing this information can delay responses, reduce personnel safety, and affect outcomes.

As long as there’s internet connectivity through WiFi or cellular service, you can still dispatch resources from your entire department in the event of a dispatch system failure. SMS text messages provide redundant back-up messaging capability.

Rover app on ipad and iphone

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Superior Features & Functionality
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GPS & Real-Time Tracking

Rover calculates the expected arrival time of all responders and apparatus and maps their location in real, realtime as they move toward their destination.
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Easy Integration

Rover integration is easy and seamless giving first responders greater access to vital information and the ability for information to be shared between agencies.
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Maximize Equipment Efficiency and Effectiveness

Understanding the arrival time of responders ensures that all vehicles are staffed appropriately before leaving the station.
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Google and Waze Integration

Responders can get visual and audio turn-by-turn navigation from the app they are most familiar with.
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Cloud-Based

As a cloud solution, there is no additional hardware to purchase or software to install. We will handle all the set-up and support, and keep you up-to-date with the latest features.
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Better Resource Planning

Having information on all responders’ availability, location and credentials help incident command determine the need for secondary alerts and mutual aid.
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Locate Water Sources and Hazards

Rover provides access to hydrant maps and thousands of pre-incident plans.
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Flexible

Rover meets the needs of emergency response agencies, including search and rescue, private ambulance, and industrial agencies.

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