Broadcast. Alert. Respond. Turnout.
Who’s using BART?
BART’s unique turnout system is used by Emergency Service members throughout the whole of Australia.
If you would like to see how BART can be used internationally, please follow the link below:
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
We’ve just been approved by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) as an accredited supplier. This means that Emerg has been deemed fit and credible, which will give vendors confidence in the quality [...]
You’re going to like this…. We’ve completely overhauled the station platform! Now named the 'Dashboard', we've updated the interface and have added all the amazing functionality that you can find on the regular BART smartphone [...]
People-driven Strategies for Communication among Volunteers Our very own Jan Wandek is set to grace the stage as a speaker for the Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference on the 30-31 May [...]
We’ve just released the latest version of the BART smartphone app for Apple and Android. The update has been relatively minor in comparison to previous releases; however we hope these small improvements will help you [...]
We’re in the newspaper! A big thank you goes out to the Tatura State Emergency Service (SES) unit and the Shepparton News for publishing an amazing article in today’s paper. Please see the full [...]
We get a lot of calls on most days from people who have forgotten their BART password. As you’re encouraged to stay logged into the smartphone app, it can be easy to forget it when [...]