Avigilon Solutions now supported by DAPage

Since CPE 2020 has been canceled, We are starting to announce  / release our new Avigilon ACC interface.  We connect like we do to most things with an IP link between our DAGate and the Avigilon Control Center (ACC) .  We can get trigger notifications and distribute them to any MOTOTRBO device supported by our solution as well as any other carrier device we support. 

So a trigger that a car has entered the restricted loading dock, or a person has entered a secure zone in the building, can go to any MOTOTRBO subscriber as a direct or group message. It can also go via SMS/MMS to a FirstNet device, as an SMS to any Cell phone, as a Google Cloud Message / Apple Push Notification to an App on a LEX-11 or other device(s), as an entry to a Property or Customer Management solution such as the Amadeus HotSOS product or simply as an email.   

It's a unified IP connected solution that can easily integrate with your existing systems and operational policies and is available today to our customers.

For more information contact us now


Motorola Channel Partners - 2020


If you have a project that involves MOTOTRBO, NITRO, Avigilon Cameras, AVTEC Scout consoles or WAVE PTT and need to supply a reliable supported interface to "CHANGE THE GAME" by linking these solutions with each other or enterprise applications please reach out and let us know how we can you be successful.


DAPage Partners with Earth Analytic, Inc. "Smart Mountain"

Jeff Silberberg of DAPage, LLC and Wetherbee Dorshow  of Earth Analytic, Inc announced the integration of DAPage and Smart Mountain enabling Motorola radio GPS tracking, MOTOTRBO, within the SmartMountain Dispatch module. This enhanced capability was recently demoed at the NSAA Western Regional show in Squaw Valley.


Bosch Alarm Panel Transport Integration

Bosch B465 Communicator with
DAPage Transport Interface.

This is our integration of the Bosch Alarm panel (B465) with Motorola MOTOTRBOTM transport option for connectivity to the Central Station Monitoring It utilizes the XPR-7000 Call Box kit which comes without a battery and includes an external Mini-SMA adapter so the antenna, as seen here, can be extended outside of the enclosure.  Our demo enclosure uses a combination of D-Ring and DIM rail mounting as well as a battery pack for extended operation in the event of a power failure. The solution is NFPA-72 compliant based on a reading of the 2013 revision and it's explanation of signal transport. Of course you should talk with your local AHJ (Agency Having Jurisdiction) to ensure that they are in agreement.