Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. is proud to be a leading systems integration company in the Midwest. We provide organizations in a diverse range of industries with the seamless integration and innovative solutions they need to better serve their customers, patients, employees and visitors. Our services are reliable, cutting-edge, innovative and cost-effective, allowing you to have confidence in your systems and your future.
From designing automated announcement systems for businesses, to installing patient protection systems at hospitals, we understand the importance of integrated solutions that bring people and technology together. Unlike other systems integration companies, we blend our technical expertise with hands-on support to build systems and trusting relationships that work. We achieve this by hiring an experienced team and keeping up with the latest technology.
As a leader in systems integration, we specialize in audio/visual, nurse call, fire alarm, security cameras, access control and intercom systems. We understand the challenges organizations face when trying to provide their people with safe, innovative and user-friendly experiences.
Our Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Michiana teams are passionate about delivering fast, dependable and cost-effective solutions. Let the experts at Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. help you with your next project.
At Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc., we take the time to understand the core of your organization so we can find the best options to fit your needs. Our dedicated team is not only passionate about what we do, but how we do it.
We enhance protection, strengthen your capabilities and support your technology needs through a variety of consultancy services that allow your communication and security systems to fulfill your long-term goals and objectives. We take pride in making sure we know how to best customize your needs so you can succeed in today’s ever-changing environment.
As COVID-19 continues, maintaining a high-quality worship service experience for churchgoers has become a challenge for many places of worship. Without access to proper broadcasting equipment or in-person services, congregations were forced to go without.