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Genesis GADI - A time and labor-saving solution for MCC 7500 Dispatch Console users
January 11, 2018

GADI — Genesis-Aided Dispatch Interface — enhances the standard features in the Motorola MCC 7500 Dispatch Console to improve dispatcher efficiency and increase officer safety. The GADI suite provides a valuable toolset to existing dispatch centers, or meets functional requirements during the design phase of a new ASTRO® 25 or Dimetra system. GADI client software resides on each console position and communicates with the Centralized GADI Server. A hot standby server is also available for demanding uptime requirements.


GADI Features

·      Unified emergency handling

·      Volume and tone management

·      Unattended emergencies

·      Enhanced local patching

·      Centralized shared and permanent patching

·      Extended multi-select functionality

·      Filtered activity logs

·      Coordinated call alerts

·      Programmable footswitch

·      Visual radio status indicators

·      Radio activity management

·      Custom solutions available


GADI Customization Features



GADI maximizes efficiency by providing a centralized location to manage emergency alarms with just a few mouse clicks.


If an emergency call is initiated by a unit on an unmonitored talkgroup, it may go unanswered. GADI monitors every emergency call, even those on a talkgroup not currently monitored by a console position. Once an unattended emergency is identified, GADI notifies configured consoles, giving dispatchers the ability to acknowledge and dynamically assign the resource for handling.



Create up to 16 predefined, permanent patches on a Centralized Patch Server for lightning fast access. Patches can be accessed, edited, merged and unmerged from any console.

·      Allows defining a set of patches with the following configurable properties:

·      Permanent — automatically activated on startup and monitored to maintain active state if they are dropped for any reason.

·      Editable — determines whether dispatchers can add or remove members from the patch or if the members defined on the server are the only ones allowed in the patch.

·      Visible — on a client by client basis, the central patches can be configured to show up or not.

·      Central patches can be activated/deactivated/edited from any console position that has been given access to the patch, regardless of where the patch was initially activated.

·      Central Patching also provides the ability to merge multiple central patch groups quickly. This works by adding the members of one of the central patches to the group being merged to, and then deactivating the original patch. Upon deactivation, the original group is re-activated and its members are removed from the merged group. This all happens automatically with a single button press.

·      Central patches can be configured to all be set up/hosted on a single console or shared between any number of consoles as desired.



·      Pre-define up to 16 patch groups for easy one-click activation of common patches.

·      Link a multi-select, and automatically have a matching multi-select group activated for patches.

·      Setup an emergency on All-Patch members with one click.



·      System-wide active patches are displayed in one centralized location.

·      Active patches are displayed regardless of whether or not GADI is running on the patch consoles.

·      Active Patch eliminates the need to hunt to find the console hosting a resource.

·      All patch information is readily available.

·      All patch member events are logged to Patch Event History for future reference.



Call Alerts are often used to notify fire stations of an emergency. If multiple dispatchers issue a Call Alert simultaneously, the instructions following the Call Alert will not be heard. Coordinated Call Alert manages the call alert, audio transmission, and associated notifications and delays to ensure instructions are delivered (or heard).



The MCC 7500 restricts users to three defined Multi-Select groups. GADI expands its capability, providing the ability to pre-define, configure, and manage unlimited Multi-Select groups, each enabled/disabled with a single click. Pre-7.15 systems are limited to three simultaneous Multi-Selects — 7.15 systems (and later) may do up to 16.



The SideCore software can be configured to change background colors when the status of a radio changes. Each status can be assigned a specific color.



The Volume and Tone Management feature provides position-specific control of volume and tone in each dispatcher’s headset for selected and unselected emergencies.



The GADI Activity Log mirrors the features of the Elite console’s activity log, while adding the ability to pre-filter by Radio ID, or by selected activity on demand.



Need more functionality from the dispatch footswitch? GADI provides three programmable pedals: General TX, Instant TX, or Multi-Select actions. More actions are available.



Get quick access to any radio. The GADI radio list shows the latest status and activity of any radio on the system and enables easy private calls and call alerting functionality.



For customers requiring additional functionality, Genesis specializes in providing unique solutions for MCC 7500 dispatch console users. Contact Genesis to discuss your requirements.


More Information – Contact Genesis



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