Rover takes responder management to a new level. When an incident occurs, Rover instantly relays the call out to your responders’ mobile devices, shaving seconds off their reply. With one touch on the Rover app, responders send their availability while Rover automatically retrieves their credentials, location, and travel time. Once responders have confirmed their acceptance, Rover provides everyone who has secure access to the Rover portal (via station dashboard, laptop, in-vehicle tablets or cell phone) with the precise location of each responder and a countdown to their arrival.  

  • Turn by turn navigation
  • Unlimited users and devices
  • Works with any mobile device, tablet, and desktop 
  • Pinpoints each responder and apparatus with GPS geolocation and real-time tracking 
  • Access to pre-plans, water assets, and map objects 
  • Highly configurable to meet your agency’s needs  
  • CAD integration and live updates* available  
  • Simple to set up, easy to use

*depending on CAD provider capabilities 

What do we mean when we say that Rover is highly configurable? 

We will work with you to customize Rover to the meet the needs of your department, with the terminology your team is most familiar with. We have a robust selection of map objects that can be added to the system, including building labels, hydrants, Knox Box location, FDC connection, utility shut offs, fill sites, and more. We can link to everything you need such as weather, SOGs, documents, and websites, directly in the app.  

Super-charge your Rover app with API Integrations. 

Never enter the same data twice with Rover API integrations. Rover has the capability to connect with other software that your department is already using, such as a records management and reporting solution. {Automatically transfer hydrant locations, occupancy data, and more between Rover and other software. THIS IS ONLY BETWEEN ROVER AND ER at present}

The Rover map includes pinpoint access to the incident’s location, apparatus, hazards, and all available hydrants inside and outside the perimeter.

Interested in learning more? Visit or check out one of our free Rover demos using the button below: 

Maintain Pre-Fire Planning Data All in One Place by Integrating Emergency Reporting Occupancy and Hydrant Data with Rover

Already using ER’s Occupancy and Hydrants modules to maintain a detailed database of hydrants, occupancies, fire protection systems, and hazards? A Rover Integration allows you to manage all pre-fire planning data in one place for total situational awareness.

Key Benefits of Integrating Rover With ER:

  • Quick and easy access to pre-fire plans, hydrant and occupancy data while at the station, while en route, and on the scene.
  • Automatically transfer hydrant locations, fire preplans, and more between Rover and ER.
  • Store and manage hydrant data in ER (or Rover) and have it sync with Rover (or ER) for real-time access. No more double data entry.

Integrating Rover with ER can help you keep your community safer by increasing dispatch efficiency and collaboration, decreasing response times, and putting critical information at your fingertips. Click the link below to learn more:

Customer Reviews

  • I am a primary driver for one of our stations and an all-volunteer department. I depend on Rover to let me know who is coming to the station so I know my staffing before leaving the station—there is nothing worse than leaving the station by yourself or with a minimum crew, wishing you had a better crew on board, and then finding out when you get back to the station that others arrived after you departed to the scene. Rover provides me with a digital view of the dispatch and who is responding from my department as well as from mutual aid departments. Radio transmissions on pagers can be garbled and hard to understand—Rover is very clear. Rover provides me with a history of the dispatches so on a day with multiple back to back or simultaneous dispatches, I can see what is going on in town and know my next move.

    Scott Schmaling Stepney Volunteer Fire Co No. 1
  • The overall impact of Rover is having better information at your fingertips without having to ask. Every alarm contains essential information such as alarm location, hydrant location, and who is responding without having to make a radio call. It would take minutes of wasted airtime to get that. Rover allows for rapid assessment by command of who is coming and what resources are available during an alarm. This information is critical to a volunteer department. The graphic position of hydrants on a map by the alarm location has been a huge help to responding engines. The days of having to memorize that information or laying in from a bad location are gone.

    Jeff Thomas President, Absecon City Fire Company #1
  • Without Rover, myself and the officers would not be able to get a quick picture of who is responding to the emergency.  Sometimes we have to make a quick decision—if we see there is limited manpower responding, we can get mutual aid dispatched more quickly.

    Mark Worsman Fire Chief, New Hartford Fire
  • Since switching to Rover from our previous system, our outside communications through the company has improved greatly by being able to send a message to organize a special detail by text versus calling 32 others by phone. Being able to pin a target building or hazard for the entire department to see was a big plus for us. We’ve also saved a ton of money using Rover over our previous system. My favorite thing about Rover is how user friendly the entire system is. I truly believe the civilians we protect are safer, along with our members, because of the simple fact that we’re getting all of the information quicker than ever before.

    Joseph Paiano Jr. Deputy Fire Chief, Sardis Volunteer Fire Company

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