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Helping Protect Lives & Property. Rev 1.5. Today’s world is full of the unexpected – Be prepared to handle a CRISIS!. Who, What, When, Where are All Important But HOW Will You Communicate is the Most Critical. Single Launch Point for All Campus Mass Notification Needs. 4.

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Today’s world is full of the unexpected – Be prepared to handle a CRISIS!

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Emergency Management



Civil Unrest

Bomb Threat







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Mass Notification Elements

  • SMS/Text, Email Alerts

    • Typically 10+ Minutes to Receive

  • In an Emergency – Seconds Count!

    • Deliver Emergency Messages in Seconds to Speakers, Horns, Digital Displays

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Uniform Adaptive Messaging

  • Message Automatically Adapts to Characteristics of Sub System

  • Can Initiate Messages “On-The-Fly” Based on Emergency Scenario

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Remote Browser Activation

  • Manage Control and Activate Messages From Authorized Network Computers

  • Can Establish Primary and Secondary Command Points

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Graphical Based Message Alerting

  • Customized Integrated on Screen Mapping Including Campus Maps, Icons, and System Status for Targeted Message Delivery

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  • Common Alerting Protocol (CAP)

  • Format for Exchanging Emergency Alerts

  • Broadcast to or Receive from Various Networks

  • Simultaneous over Different Warning Type Systems

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Notification Support

Integration with IP and Legacy Systems

  • Remote Web Based Systems

  • API

  • RS232

  • RS485

  • Dry Contacts

  • Audio Out

  • DTMF

  • Http/S

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  • Supervision

  • Logging

  • Reporting

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  • Specific Emergency Solutions for Each Organization or Event

  • Power Companies

  • High Level Security Buildings

  • Large Industrial/Manufacturing Facilities

  • Hospitals

  • Community College

  • Higher Education

Approved and utilized for Government Networks

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  • Fast Deployment with Browser Based Control

  • Utilize Existing Network Infrastructure

  • Cost Effective Emergency Control

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Secure & Scaleable

  • Utilizes Existing Network

  • Supports Legacy Systems

  • Integrates with Remote Web Based Systems

  • One Building or Hundreds of Locations

  • Supports Encrypted Delivery Systems

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Notification Messaging Alerts

  • Email

  • Notification on PDA’s and Computers

  • SMS / Text Messaging

  • Messaging via all wireless phone providers

  • FaceBook & Twitter

  • Post Alerts on Social Network Sites

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IP Telephones

  • Broadcast Through IP Telephones

  • Cisco

  • Nortel

  • 3Com

  • Asterisk

  • Open Source

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  • Broadcast to Legacy, Giant Voice and IP Speakers

  • Valcom Call in Stations Act as Broadcast Points

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IP Emergency Help Stations

  • Call in Intercom for Emergency Situations

  • Outgoing Broadcasting for Voice Notification

  • Automatic Volume Levels

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Message Reader Boards and Signs

  • Visual Indication of Broadcasted Audio Message Alerts

  • Strobe Alert for Hearing Impaired


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Message Screen Pops

  • Visual Indication of Broadcasted Audio Message Alert with Screen Override

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Two Way Radios

  • Audio Broadcast

  • All Emergency Messages to Any Radio

  • Text to Digital Radio Systems

  • Motorola Text

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TVs, Plasma Screens, Message Boards

  • Visual Emergency Broadcast to Zoned or Grouped Displays

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911 Call Alert

  • On Site Notification

  • Location Identification

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Text to Speech

  • Store for Play

  • Scheduled Play

  • Fill in Text Message Locations for Specific Emergencies

  • Audio to Legacy Speakers, IP Speakers, IP Phones, 2-Way Radios, and IP Emergency Call in Stations

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Secure Browser Based

  • Remote Access SSL

  • Encrypted for Security

  • Access Log in Levels for Quick Mistake Free Launch

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Pre-Loaded Scenarios

  • Use As-Is or Quick Message Tailoring

  • Entire Campus, Buildings, Floors

  • Inside/Outdoor Areas

  • Multi-Language

  • Multi-Broadcast

  • Ad Hoc Messaging

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Broadcast Targeting

  • Graphical Location

  • Launch Automatically via Input Information

  • Confirmation Alerts

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  • Immediate Fail-Over

  • Built In Redundancy

  • Entire Campus Back-Up

  • Live Voice Loud Speaker Paging even if Phone System Fails

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