DULUTH, MN (KDAL) - At their meeting today, the St. Louis County Board will honor those involved in the transition of emergency communications in the county to the digital "Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response" (ARMER) system. The total cost of installing the ARMER system in St. Louis County was 7.16 million dollars but the team charged with getting the system up and running finished the job nearly 10 percent under budget. Putting the new communications system in place required purchasing and distributing 3900 portable units, 500 mobile units were installed in vehicles and 18 dispatch consoles were engineered and installed around the county.
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