During public health and safety emergencies, take a RadioSTAT Portable Emergency Advisory Radio Station into critical areas and speak directly to citizens via standard radio receivers.
RadioSTAT can be a lifesaver, allowing the broadcast of critical instructions and information regarding . . .
Medical Emergencies (hospital surge, points of distribution field information, quarantine isolation, decontamination).
HAZMAT and Traffic Information.
Critical Public Safety Instructions. Road Construction/Infrastructure Failures.
RadioSTAT is built for speed and portability. All electronics are housed in an easy-to-transport, high-impact, weather-resistant case. The quick-erect antenna system folds down for transportability. The entire system may be set up in 10 minutes by one person. For details, see planning steps and specifications, which follow.
RadioSTAT broadcasts may be received on standard vehicle radios over a 3-5 mile range (25-75 square miles). The stations are priced affordably so that multiple units can be deployed simultaneously at different locations during an emergency, if required. Each RadioSTAT station can broadcast a select series of messages from a prerecorded library. Or, as situations change, new messages may be recorded on the spot. Audio software is provided for message creation, editing, processing and archiving on a field laptop or desktop PC. Messages may be staged on flash drives for quick deployment. “Live” programming may be placed on the air immediately with the flip of a switch.
RadioSTAT is a FCC-licensed service. Operate one or more RadioSTAT units within a specified territory such as a city, county or state. The signal is typically announced to the public by FASTrack or other portable signs, positioned at the periphery of the coverage area.
During non-emergency times, it is recommended that RadioSTAT operators establish the broadcast on an ongoing basis at a “home location” using a (optional) fixed antenna. This will help promote the broadcast frequency, enhances its value for citizens and affords additional frequency protection for the service. If the home location ever requires evacuation, RadioSTAT’s portability becomes an instant asset, allowing reestablishment of the signal from the new location quickly.
RadioSTAT’s portability makes it especially useful at large public gatherings. Broadcast key information, such as: schedules, traffic, parking, safety and critical instructions for patrons approaching or exiting.