To deliver clear, reliable, enhanced in-building communication to first responders during an emergency. We do this by leveraging TowerIQ's innovative ERCES experience with Potter's legacy of dependable life-safety solutions. We are committed to the quality that only comes from a steadfast focus on in-building communications and who they serve.
Our products are designed for life safety, not adapted to life safety.
We focus on a few core devices rather than a large variety of distractions.
We provide a customized response to your unique problems.
TowerIQ is honored to offer critical ERCES solutions first responders depend on to deliver in-building communication during emergencies. We are the pioneers in public safety radio communications. When the need for better emergency communications became obvious in New York City in 2001, TowerIQ was formed to develop robust and technologically advanced solutions to the problem. After years of experience managing the entire process from design to maintenance of ARCs systems in New York, we acquired the Guardian product line to expand to the rest of the country and bring what we have learned to the larger BDA market.
That pioneer spirit still runs through our organization and drives us to constantly innovate. Whether we're thinking up new product ideas or helping individual customers develop out of the box solutions to their problems, we pride ourselves on flexibility. However, with the backing of Potter Electric and its nearly 125 years of Fire Systems experience, we have learned quality control processes and the responsibility that comes with working within the life safety industry. With so much riding on our products, you need to know you can trust our designs.
Our entire business is about life safety and how to make sure first responders have one less thing to worry about during an emergency. You can always be sure that no matter the size of the building, TowerIQ will provide "Signal Where It Matters."
Always respect who will use our products and under what scenario. Never fail those who we help protect.
Our products must be serviceable by trained technicians, not just engineering specialists.
Reputation is the best marketing and compromising our mission is too great of an expense, even it if means saying "no."
Create a plan, execute the plan, and track the results. Projects are risky, but having a process delivers success.