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Local Patching

GADI allows dispatchers the ability to pre-define patches for quick activation and deactivation. These simple to create predefined patches save valuable time in emergency situations.


The GADI Multi-Select feature provides the ability for a user to pre-define multi-select groups prior to opening them. These can be activated and deactivated with a single mouse click which allows a dispatcher to quickly and easily transmit to a specific group of resources.

Centralized Patching

The GADI Centralized Patching feature provides the ability to configure centrally available patches via a centralized patch server. These patches can be predefined with members, made editable or locked, or set as permanent. GADI makes it simple to see where a patch was activated and is being hosted. If the console hosting a patch goes down, GADI will automatically transfer that patch to a console that is capable of hosting it.

Active Patch

The GADI Active Patch feature displays all active patches throughout the entire system in one centralized location. This way all of the information that you need to know about a patch is readily available and easily sorted by hosting console or patched resources.


This GADI feature shows all emergencies in one place so that you don’t have to search through resource folders to find and acknowledge an emergency. Displaying all emergencies in one location makes it quick and simple to find, acknowledge and clear them.

Volume & Tone Management

This GADI feature allows dispatchers to set only the emergency tones that they need to hear. It provides them with a way to set specific emergency tones that they need to hear in their headsets. This gives them the option of not having to hear every emergency happening in the system. The dispatcher still sees the emergency on the console but is able to control what they hear in their headset.

Unattended Emergency

GADI monitors every emergency call (via the ATIA Stream) and detects whether or not the resource is being monitored by a console position. This allows tactical teams or agencies that don’t want to pay for 24/7 monitoring to still have access to assistance in emergencies and then remain unmonitored when they are not in an emergency status.

Custom User Interface

To streamline workflows of repetitive dispatcher tasks, GADI can combine those tasks into a single mouse click. This allows a series of actions to be scripted out in advance and assigned to a “button” whether on the desktop or a configurable keyboard.

GADI: Genesis-Aided Dispatch Interface

GADI Product Demo

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 system. GADI client software resides on each console position and communicates with the Centralized GADI Server.

GADI – Part 1: Overview

A dispatcher’s job can be intense and demanding. They seek tools that not only reduce their stress levels but also make them more productive given all they have to balance day-to-day. Our Genesis-Aided Dispatch Interface (GADI) is one example of those tools.

In part one of this new 2-part series on GADI, we start with what GADI is, how it enhances the Motorola MCC 7500 console, as well as review a few of the software’s more popular features; each designed specifically from customer feedback.

GADI – Part 2: Streamlining Workflows and Enhancing Dispatcher Satisfaction with GADI

For our second part of this 2-part series, we shift gears and talk about functionality that centers around the other benefits of this rich and robust software; Streamlining Workflows and Enhancing Dispatcher Satisfaction.