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We are US Digital Designs, a custom engineering firm located in Tempe, Arizona. We specialize in high-quality, mission-critical systems including fire station alerting, robotics and product development.

Semiconductor Robots

US Digital Designs is the only authorized service agent for Brooks Automation ZBot and Orbitran robots. Learn more →

Product Development

Our engineers have decades of experience in solving the toughest engineering challenges. See what we can do for you →

Fire Station Alerting

Our Phoenix G2 Station Alerting system is installed in fire stations throughout the world. Visit StationAlerting.com →

News & Updates

Automatic Fire Aid Plan: USDD’s Clients Dispatch Fire Units from Two Cities

An Automatic Fire Aid Plan is the subject of a November 25th news broadcast and article on WTKR.com, in which Todd Corillo discusses how three cities — Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Chesapeake — are coming together to improve fire safety. About the Automatic Fire Aid Plan An Automatic Fire Aid Plan would mean fire units […] Read more on StationAlerting.com

Emergency Response Times have Decreased by Nearly a Minute, says Howard County, MD’s Departing Fire Chief Bill Goddard

In a December 3rd article from the Howard County Times, author Amada Yeager eloquently recounted the life and career of Fire Chief Bill Goddard who departed from the Howard County, MD fire department on Dec. 2. Goddard was just a 14-year old boy when he got his start in a fire department as an associate […] Read more on StationAlerting.com

Emergency response times have decreased by nearly a minute, says Howard County, MD’s departing Fire Chief Bill Goddard

In a December 3rd article from the Howard County Times, author Amada Yeager eloquently recounted the life and career of Fire Chief Bill Goddard who departed from the Howard County, MD fire department on Dec. 2. Goddard was just a 14-year old boy when he got his start in a fire department as an associate […] Read more on StationAlerting.com

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