Deployment of automatic vehicle location system on 230 emergency vehicles in Clayton County, Georgia cost $570,337.

AVL system to integrate with computer-aided dispatch system and improve response dispatch and routing.

June 12, 2017
Clayton County; Jonesboro; Georgia; United States

Summary Information

Public safety agencies in Clayton County, Georgia are moving forward with plans to equip 230 vehicles with Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) devices for an anticipated cost of $570,337. Project funding came from the county’s general fund and fire fund.

It is expected the deployment will reduce response time to incidents within the county by changing the method of dispatching calls from a designated response area, to a system dispatching based on the current location of the closest unit and integrating with the CAD (computer-aided dispatch).

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Clayton first responders to be equipped with Automatic Vehicle Location devices

Author: Jackson, Jerry

Published By: Clayton News

Source Date: June 12, 2017


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$570,337 to equip 230 emergency vehicles with AVL


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Emergency Vehicle On-Board (EV)


automated vehicle location, computer aided dispatch, automatic vehicle locator, AVL, CAD, AVL/CAD, AVL, automatic vehicle location, public safety, response routing

Cost ID: 2017-00374