ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES FOR UNIFIED Emergency MASS NOTIFICATION AND CRISIS COMMUNICATION
Leverage Existing Infrastructure to Reach Everyone, Everywhere - Immediately
When an emergency strikes, it is critical that no matter where they are in your organization, everyone receives potentially life-saving notifications quickly and clearly.
The Alertus Emergency Mass Notification System is a powerful and flexible solution that seamlessly integrates with and sends potentially life-saving alerts across your organization’s existing infrastructure and technology, including desktop computers, PA systems, VoIP phones, digital signage, mobile devices, fire panels, and more.
The Alertus Emergency Mass Notification System
NET-CENTRIC ALERTING FOR COMPLETE NOTIFICATION COVERAGE
For organizations without existing public address systems, the Alertus System provides a cost-effective yet highly efficient solution that leverages commonly found technologies to create a wide-reaching notification system. The Alertus System can turn VoIP phones, desktop and laptop computers, digital signage, and mobile phones into effective alerting modalities.
INTELLIGENT SYSTEM MONITORING FOR AUTOMATIC, CONSISTENT ALERTING
The Alertus System leverages the power of the IoT by integrating multiple systems and technologies into a single solution. This enables the Alertus System to send cohesive, consistent notifications across all or select alerting endpoints, all within seconds.
The Alertus System constantly monitors and reads multiple signaling inputs, including alarm codes from fire panels. When an alert is triggered the system can automatically apply smart logic technologies to broadcast situation-specific alerts over multiple communication paths. This ensures the right message gets to recipients instantly, regardless of where they are.
The Alert Beacon® attracts attention with sounder and flashing strobes, while a large text display informs building occupants of the emergency and instructs them how to respond.
Case Study: California State UNiversity San mArcos
Strapped with an antiquated emergency notification system, California State University San Marcos needed a system that could expand functionality and easily integrate with its existing process for sending out text, email, and phone alerts.