Station Platform

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Read about the benefits offered through our latest installment
of the BART smartphone application.

What's New?


BART - The Total Solution

The next major update will be available within the coming weeks, so keep an eye out for it!

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Enabling Community Resilience
through Regional Management

Following numerous requests from area, regional and district officers, developments have been made to create a regional communication umbrella.

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Respond faster. Communicate better. Work smarter.

BART is the new breed of first responder technology, offering a multifaceted approach to emergency services communication.

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Your link to the team. Helping you to stay informed wherever you are.Read about the SmartPhone app
Discover the power of BART with a snap-shot view of the current dispatch situation.Read about the Station Platform
Take control of your own brigade or unit with BART System Management.Read about System Management

Who’s using BART

and benefiting from local situational awareness and team work?


BART has an amazing following in Australia, with well over 12,000 members using the system in Victoria alone.

If you would like to see how BART can help your state:

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Start using BART today,

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What our users are saying

Hopefully they are smart enough to back you guys and keep it free for us volunteers because this is one of the greatest apps since apps began. We swear by it as a brigade and have even spread the word to other brigades and now they are on it! It’s amazing
Great app, we’ve found it extremely beneficial and it’s an excellent compliment (enhancement) to our paging system. Congratulations.
Awesome app (and idea). Well done, saves me from carting around a pager.
I’ve just come across the Station Platform which looks great! …Keep up the great work!
…I have to say I think it’s fantastic.
It seems logical that the pagers and sms could be phased out and BART replace them.
BARTs best features are the ability to control capcodes on a brigade and individual volunteer level selecting what’s important to the brigade and individual.

Latest blog posts

15,000 BART members

By |November 25th, 2015|

Wow. Our 15,000th BART member has just been registered!

It has been quite a journey from where the BART system started out to where it is today. Thank you to everyone who has participated in giving […]

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Latest BART app update – Now available!

By |November 17th, 2015|

With a focus on supporting both members on the ground as well as providing situational awareness for the higher tiers of management, the latest release of the BART application is our

biggest advancement yet.

A new BART […]

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Enabling Community Resilience

By |November 4th, 2015|

A backup to the existing pager network
BART was born at the Lilydale Fire Station. Over the past 3 and half years it has matured, developed and has been adopted by over 1,200 brigades and units […]

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Fire Review Submission Response

By |October 14th, 2015|

We’ve had some amazing feedback in response to our submission made to the Fire Services Review back in August this year. Today the findings of the review will be reported directly to the Minister for […]

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A hot and dry fire season has arrived

By |October 8th, 2015|

Things are warming up here in Victoria and the rest of Australia as we prepare for the coming summer fire season.
A recent announcement has been made by Ms Garrett alongside the Emergency Management Commissioner Craig […]

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BART Moves South

By |October 5th, 2015|

Western Australian and Victorian volunteer fire fighter and emergency personnel have been benefiting from BART over the past two years. The numbers have grown from 210 in 2013 to over 13,300 today. All volunteer fire […]

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