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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

Understanding §200.319 Competition, the New Fire Safety Federal Grant Regulation

There’s a strict new federal regulation in town and it’s called “§200.319 Competition.” Thanks to the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, the new ruling—also known as 2 CFR or “Super Circular 2”—affects U.S.-based fire departments that are applying for federal grant money related to their fire station alerting system project. The ruling also significantly […] Read more on StationAlerting.com

The Impact of Mobile Technology on Firefighters and First Responders

Today’s mobile technology — smartphones, tablets and “phablets” — can you let you do almost anything. You can check stock prices, get instant news alerts, post videos and status updates on social media. And firefighters and first responders can even get mobile alerts when there’s an incident or emergency. Yes, fire station alerting is going […] Read more on StationAlerting.com

Minnesota fire departments deploy Phoenix G2 fire station alerting technology

The fire departments in Saint Paul and Ramsey County, Minnesota, acquired new fire station alerting technology from US Digital Designs (USDD). The solution works by automatically transmitting emergency alert data from the public-safety answering point (PSAP) to multiple stations simultaneously — in less than a second. Each station receives and processes the transmitted data through […] Read more on StationAlerting.com

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