ROCHESTER, NY, December 12th, 2019Bryx, a leading provider of first responder technology, has landed a station alerting contract with the Westland Fire Department in Michigan. The turnkey fire station alerting system, Bryx Station, will be installed at the department’s four stations, providing features such as color-changing lighting, heart-smart ramping tones, and full station automation.

About Bryx Station

Bryx Station is a full-featured station alerting system that connects fire departments and EMS agencies around the globe, providing immediate alerts, full station automation, and improving response times. When a call comes in, the Bryx Station Control Unit alerts the house with heart-smart ramping tones, color-changing lights, and text-to-speech audio readouts. The system can perform tasks such as turning off stoves, opening and closing bay doors, and securing the building, automating the tasks that first responders have little time to complete. Full station automation allows first responders to focus on getting out the door and shaves off seconds that can mean life or death for those in need.

The Bryx Station alerting system works hand-in-hand with the company’s free mobile alerting and messaging application, Bryx 911. To learn more about Bryx’s products, visit

About Bryx, Inc.

Headquartered in Rochester, NY, Bryx is an employee-owned technology company and a trusted leader in reducing emergency response times. Their data-driven team develops innovative technology that helps firefighters, paramedics, and other first responders work faster, smoother, and smarter. The company’s free Bryx 911 mobile app and robust Bryx Station alerting system offer unrivaled alerting, messaging, and communications tools for first responders. Both simple and powerful, Bryx’s patented and data-driven solutions are proven to save time where time matters most. For more information, visit