Georgia State Patrol

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

Cobb Co 911

One of the largest metro Atlanta counties, Cobb Co 911 selected QRS to replace their Nice recording system. The solution includes two fully redundant Eventide recorders at their Primary and Backup dispatch centers. They have integrations to Viper, Motorola P25 radio, PriemierOne CAD, Rapid SOS, and more. The solution also includes two dedicated screen recording servers so they can see what was happening on the CAD screen while listening to the calls and radio transmissions.

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