Eventide’s NexLog DX-Series recording solutions are designed to meet the critical recording, instant recall and forensic replay needs of Emergency Medical Dispatch, triage interactions and facility security at hospitals and medical centers. NexLog DX-Series solutions can record all aspects of EMD interactions including 2-way radio traffic, dispatch console calls, telephone calls and (for specific radio systems) mappable location data for 2-way radio calls. Emergency healthcare professionals rely on Eventide’s recording solutions to provide proof of timely response and accurate treatment during transport. Eventide recording solutions provide easy-to-use interfaces for Instant Recall and Live Monitoring that enable managerial monitoring of current situations. In addition, Eventide provides accurate software tools for forensic replay and reconstruction of incidents.
The types of healthcare teams that use Eventide recording solutions include:
- Emergency Medical Departments
- EMD Transport
- Helicopter Medivac Dispatch
- Hospital Security
Eventide’s NexLog DX-Series recording solutions provide high-reliability voice recording and archival storage, and provide secure & easy access to recordings. NexLog DX-Series recording solutions include redundant power supplies, a RAID1, RAID5 or RAID10 redundant hard disk array, and Linux operating system for maximum up-time. Two independent NexLog DX-Series recording solutions may be connected in parallel, assuring fully redundant recording of all communications activities.
Recorded calls may be accessed directly from the NexLog DX-Series recording solution’s optional front panel controls or via Eventide’s MediaWorks DX browser-based software.
NexLog DX-Series recording solutions can be equipped to record analog audio sources, T1/E1 and ISDN circuits, digital PBX telephones, VoIP telephones, SIP trunks, SIP Phones, Emergency phones, PAGA systems, dispatch consoles & systems, P25 radio systems, Icom iDAS radio systems, DMR radio systems, Mototrbo radio systems, Motorola Dimetra IP radio systems, RoIP networks, Windows and Linux PC screen activity, and much more.