Ozark Dale County E-911

QRS was selected to implement the NG911 recording solution for Ozark Dale Co E-911. An Eventide NexLog740 was installed by QRS to handle the radio and phone recording needs of the 911 center. The Eventide recorder is fully integrated to the 911 center’s P25 Harris radio system which gives them the ability to search by Talkgroups, Radio IDs, and more.

Tallapoosa County 911

Quality Recoding Solutions upgraded the three Eventide VR725s in Tallapoosa County to Eventide NexLog740’s to help get Tallapoosa County prepared for recording Next Generation 911 calls. Anita, with Tallapoosa County 911, upgraded the recorders at the Sheriff's Office, Alexander City PD, and Tallassee PD to prepare the PSAPs for Next Generation 911. All three systems have the capabilities to record interim text-to-911 via TTY/TTD delivery.

Calhoun County 911

When emergencies happen, they don't have to worry about the recorder going down because they are using an Eventide NexLog740 which has total redundancy. Their logger is equipped with Dual DVD drives, Dual hot swap power supplies, 1TB HotSwap RAID1 hard drives and multiple playback positions. In addition to the recorder at their main PSAP, they also have an Eventide NexLog740 at their backup PSAP.

Gadsden Police Dept.

The Police Dept. went out to bid in 2014 for a new recording system to replace their dated Nice recording system. After reviewing the bid responses the center decide to go with Quality Recording Solutions and the Eventide NexLog740. The NexLog740 is equipped with the ability to record 56 channels, Hot Swappable Hard Drives and Hot Swappable Power Supplies. The recorder is also fully integrated to their Motorola ASTRO P25 radio system via the AIS.

Lee County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Jones and his staff have relied on Quality Recording Solutions to handle all of their recording needs since 2006. They started off with the capabilities to record 24 analog channels. They now have a single recorder configured to record analog, digital and VoIP inputs.

Georgia State Patrol

Quality Recording installed Revcord MCS recorders at the 9 GSP dispatch centers throughout the state. The recorders are monitored by QRS 24/7 to ensure minimal to no downtime.

Forest Park Police Department

The PD has been a customer since 2007 when they purchased an Eventide VR725 after going to out to bid. In 2013, QRS upgraded the recorder to the Eventide NexLog740 to provide integration to the PD’s Motorola ASTRO P25 radio system and get them ready for Next Generation 911.

Habersham County 911

Located in the Northeast Georgia, Habersham County 911 needed a recording solution that would be able to run 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. When an emergency occurs in the mountains, the dispatchers use the recorder and instant recall software to make sure they have not missed any important information from the caller. Originally the system was configured to record analog inputs. A few years later, the 911 center changed their radio system to an IP based system and QRS was able to reconfigure the recorder to be able to record the IP radios.

Georgia State University PD

The campus police department recently upgraded their recording system to an Eventide NexLog740. The dispatch center records all the calls and radio traffic for all of the campus locations. They record all communications to ensure that all their students remain safe on campus while furthering their education.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (TBI Airport Management)

TBI has a 24 channel Eventide VR725 which they use to record the radio and telephone traffic to ensure the safety of the patrons and personnel at the airport. Quality Recording Solutions maintains the recorder to ensure that it is running at the optimum level.

Gold Cross EMS

Gold Cross has been an Eventide user and customer of QRS for many years. They started with the Eventide VR320 which they upgraded to the VR725 in 2007. In 2014, they upgraded to the NexLog740 which we integrated to the Telex Consoles to provide IP feeds for radio recording. In addition to the recording of their digital phone system

Kennedy Space Center

KSC has been using the Eventide recording solution since 2006. The Eventide VR778 was a perfect match for the needs and they have recently upgraded it to the NexLog740. With total redundancy of all critical components, KSC does not have to worry about their system going down.

Monticello Police Department

The Police Dept. has been a satisfied QRS customer for over 10 years. They went from an Eyretel E500, to a Revcord CYA and now have an Eventide VR725. The recorders have changed in that 10 years, but they always rely on QRS to take care of their recording needs with the best solutions on the market.

Florida State University Police Dept.

FSU selected QRS and the Revcord MCS recorder in 2015 to address their recording needs. The MCS is configured to record 8 phone and radio inputs, but the university has plans to increase that number as some point in the future. The Revcord solution provides them the flexibility to add analog, digital, and VoIP/RoIP inputs as their recording needs change.