Adashi selected for WA-COP Common Operating Picture project

Adashi  Systems will provide Command and Control software for the Washington Common Operating picture project.

Adashi software products along with other partner companies will provide a higher level of situational awareness and achieve a better common operating environment to improve safety and security for the people and ports of Puget Sound.

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Adashi Systems at AFAC 15, Adelaide, Australia

Adashi Systems attended the AFAC 15 trade show in Adeliade, Australia.

Over 2000 attendees from Australia, New Zealand and Asia attended the trade show.   

Our customer Fire Rescue, New South Wales displayed their new command and control truck running Adashi Command And Control Software.

FRNSW is one of the largest fire and rescue agencies in the world.


Adashi Systems is safe and fully operational

Thank you for your concerns.  

We are safe, fully staffed and completely operational.  

All activities that made the news are happening far from our location.                                                  

Thank you to all the law enforcement and fire dept personnel that are helping to keep the City of Baltimore safe.

Successful FDIC Show

Thank you to all the customers that stopped by our booth at the FDIC trade show in Indianapolis.

We sucessfully launched the Adashi Notify product line.   Part of our Adashi one framework, Notify is designed for smartphones and tablets, it is a digitial notification and messaging system that plus responders to an incident from inception to termination.


Welcome to the New Adashi Systems

Adashi Systems announces the launch of a new company logo as part of the ongoing evolution of the company’s brand.

2015 is an exciting year for Adashi Systems LLC. We are creating a new line of products that will revolutionize the public safety market.  Our new products will touch every responder and can be used from the start of on incident to the termination of the incident. 

Adashi logi

It was the perfect time to evaluate our company’s brand and logo to ensure it was in sync with who we are and where we are going. After careful consideration, we chose a new logo that represents our heritage and also defines the markets we serve.  The icon graphically depicts NFPA symbol and the four icons represent Fire, EMS, Police and Hazamt, the four markets we serve.  We are proud to announce the launch of a new logo as part of the ongoing evolution of our company’s brand.



ADASHI Hazmat Response Delivers CAD Enterprise Solution

The ADASHI System, excellent for hazmat, goes beyond technical response by providing a standalone or CAD integrated system to give responders exactly what they need cross-functionally and for mutual aid with other jurisdictions. Domestic Preparedness writes:

ADASHI First Response and Command Post, and XEROX’s FH Mobile Response software powered by ADASHI – provide emergency managers and first responders with the most critical tools for getting on scene faster, with the information necessary to perform at your peak.

“The key for us is to automate certain response processes,” says Alex Menkes, ADASHI CEO. “We’ve created software whose predictive capabilities shave minutes off response times.”

Read the complete article here.

ADASHI experiments with Google Glass prototype

Google GlassSite Layout possible for viewing with Google Glass

ADASHI Systems reveals Google Glass prototype at FDIC, the largest firefighter conference in the world. ADASHI is constantly reaching forward to supply the best technology for safety and tactical efficiency improvements.

Fire Engineering Magazine reports:

“ADASHI is focused on cutting-edge technology to support public safety,” said Alex Menkes, CEO. “Our software, already in wide use across the country, provides situational awareness and command and control tools to the people who save our lives every day.”

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ADASHI Hailed for Modernizing Fire Departments

ADASHI software is being hailed for modernizing Michigan Fire Departments. ADASHI's Dispatch and Command software contributes to Ann Arbor's #1 ranking in Digital Cities, a program gauging how well cities use technology to drive good government systems.


A second digital initiative not mentioned during the Dec. 3 Digital Cities presentation was the deployment of software and hardware made by ADASHI. The new technology will allow Ann Arbor firefighters responding to calls to record key time points in their responses.

Instead of radioing Huron Valley Ambulance dispatchers that they are leaving the station, and having the HVA dispatchers log the time, firefighters can simply push a button on their firetruck console that will record that timestamp. And when they arrive on scene, another button-push records the firefighter arrival time into the system.

Recording these time intervals accurately is crucial to evaluating how well our fire protection system is meeting national standards for key intervals: call processing time (from the 911 call to the point when the alarm is sent), turnout time (from the alarm time to the time the truck leaves the station) and travel time (from the fire station to the scene).

Click here to see the full article on the Ann Arbor Chronicle website.

ADASHI Used for Event Management during the Obama Whistle Stop Tour

The Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management used ADASHI to manage the Obama Whistle Stop Tour that took place Saturday, January 17, 2009 at 4:15 PM at the War Memorial Building in downtown Baltimore. The ADASHI software was used to ensure the safety and security of all attendees in case an emergency had occurred. Standard operating guidelines for the event were deployed with the help of the software. The integration of maps, site plans, and resources allowed the Emergency Management Team to share a common operating picture and perform real-time updates during the course of the event. “We are very pleased with our partnership with ADASHI,” says Adam Stolz, First Deputy Director for the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management. “It is a perfect example of private and public institutions working well together to ensure the safety and protection of our city.” Members of the Emergency Management team were on-site and closely monitoring the event within the operations center. As changes occurred to the event plan, team members were able to seamlessly communicate using ADASHI.

ADASHI Partners with MSA

Mine Safety Appliances Company (MSA) is the global leader in the development, manufacture, and supply of sophisticated safety products. MSA chose the ADASHI platform to seamlessly integrate sensor data from MSA’s SAFESITE® Multi-Threat Wireless Detection System. SAFESITE sensors are designed to detect hazards such as chemical warfare agents, gamma radiation, and toxic industrial chemicals.