PSTrax integrates with First Arriving digital dashboards


Littleton, Colo. and Richmond, Va. – PSTrax, the industry leader in operations readiness and logistics management systems for Fire and EMS agencies, and First Arriving, a leader in providing technology and marketing services for the public safety and local government sector, today announced a major integration between PSTrax and First Arriving’s Digital Dashboard platform.

The new integration helps public safety departments visualize their operations checks and logistics management directly on their Digital Dashboards, tracking vehicles, equipment, inventory and controlled substances. The integration ensures first responders can perform their jobs in the safest and most efficient manner to better serve their communities.

Features of the PSTrax integration with First Arriving’s Digital Dashboard platform include:

  • Truck Checks (Unit name, status, # items due, # SCBA items due, # asset items due, # alerts)
  • Equipment Checks (PPE, SCBA, assets)
  • Alerts (Unit name, alert type, date/time posted, personnel who set alert, description)
  • Journal (Title of journal entry, location or department entry applies to, date/time posted, personnel who set alert, description)

For a full list of the integration features, visit:

“We are really excited to partner with First Arriving. Our primary focus at PSTrax is to provide great customer experience,” said Ryan Larson, VP Business Development, PSTrax. “One way we achieve this is by partnering with like-minded companies that enhance the value provided to our clients. We believe the integration between PSTrax and First Arriving is a terrific example of that.”

Departments currently utilizing First Arriving’s Digital Dashboard system integration with PSTrax include Carencro Fire Department, Carencro, LA; Sable Altura Fire Rescue, Aurora, CO; and Wilson County District 1 Fire & Rescue, La Vernia, TX.

“The integration between PSTrax and First Arriving’s Digital Dashboard has been great,” said Oren Haydel, Assistant Chief, Carencro Fire Department, Carencro, LA. “We can now see the status of our equipment in real time on the dashboards, without having to manage two different systems. The team at First Arriving were very responsive and continue to provide great support.”

First Arriving’s Digital Dashboard systems service fire departments, EMS, law enforcement, courts and local governments. From small volunteer departments to some of the nation’s largest public safety agencies, First Arriving’s Dashboards now serve departments in more than 30 states coast-to-coast. To learn more about First Arriving’s Digital Dashboards, visit:

“PSTrax is one of the fastest-growing SaaS platforms in public safety and we are proud to partner with them to provide our customers with their best-in-class tracking system,” said Dave Iannone, CEO, First Arriving. “This integration centralizes operations checks and logistics management with First Arriving’s Digital Dashboard and makes it even easier for agencies to manage their operations in one place.”

About First Arriving

First Arriving is a leading technology and marketing company specializing in fire, EMS, law enforcement, and local government. First Arriving provides innovative solutions, including digital signage, websites, video production, and recruitment marketing that transform and engage. First Arriving’s clients include renowned public safety brands, departments and agencies of all sizes, associations, and nonprofits. First Arriving is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, and serves clients nationwide. For more information, visit

About PSTrax
PSTrax is the industry leader Operations Readiness & Logistics Management system for Fire and EMS agencies to automate Vehicle, SCBA, PPE, Critical Asset, Inventory, Station and Controlled Substance checks.  Our cloud-based system integrates all your checks into an easy-to-use system that is proven (since 2009) and highly adopted by crews.  We would be happy to show you the benefits and efficiencies the PSTrax system can provide for your department.  For more information, visit