Alertus In-Building Notification

Alertus provides a comprehensive in-building mass notification system that notifies individuals across facilities using a variety of methods and notification modalities. Alertus delivers both hardware- and software-based solutions that enable organizations to immediately reach all or select individuals of a potential threat. The Alertus Mass Notification System is designed to seamlessly integrate and leverage existing building systems and technology to bring critical information to everyone on site.

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Compliant with many mass notification codes and mandates including UFC, ADA, and NFPA 72, the Alertus solution uses both audible and visible notification methods to overcome common notification challenges, including: 

  • Buildings without an existing PA system

  • Buildings without 24/7 staffing for consistent oversight

  • Reaching individuals with auditory or visual impairments

  • Loud environments

  • Email notifications too slow and unreliable

  • Cellular network outages/dead zones

  • High volume of visitors/contractors not in contact databases

Cost-Effective Solutions for Buildings Without Existing PA Systems

Easily and affordably provide notification coverage to buildings without an existing PA systems or other in-building notification systems by leveraging existing infrastructure and installing Alert Beacons for maximum notification reach and effectiveness.  

The Alertus System seamlessly integrates all alerting devices and technologies into one, unified system, providing a single point of activation across all notification paths and locations within seconds.

Alertus can leverage existing infrastructure such as: 

  • Desktop computers

  • Digital signage

  • Fire alarm panels

  • Speakers

  • VoIP phones

  • Strobes and sounders

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When Email and Text Isn't Enough

At Alertus, we believe email and text messaging should be just one aspect of an organization’s multi-layered mass notification strategy. Cellular systems become overburdened and fail during major emergencies, and you can't guarantee someone will be able to check email regularly during an emergency.

Unified Mass Notification overcomes these challenges by utilizing a multilayered approach; the more alerting modalities, the more likely people will receive the notification. 

Intelligent Alerting with Alertus Fire Panel Interface

This innovative interface takes fire alarm event information from the fire panel, applies smart logic/transformation technologies, and broadcasts messages over multiple communication paths. 

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Enhance Notification Reach and Effectiveness With Audible and Visual Notification

The Alertus System uses both audible and visible notification methods to accommodate individuals with special needs, including the deaf and hard-of-hearing. For instance, sending notifications over Public Address (PA) systems is still one of the fastest and effective means of getting critical information out over a large area. However, installing PA systems into existing infrastructure is often cost prohibitive for most organizations. The Alertus System provides an affordable way to deliver both audible and visual notifications across existing endpoints using Text-to-Speech (TTS) technology.

Improve Indoor Notification with Comprehensive Indoor Speaker Solutions

The Alertus System offers various speaker options for indoor, audible notification. Alertus’ indoor speakers enable organizations to deliver effective, crystal-clear notification throughout their facilities via sirens, tones, and spoken-voice messages with Alertus’ Text-to-Speech technology. Alertus indoor speakers are targetable by unit, group, or location, and there are multi-directional and omni-directional options to ensure alerts are delivered to the right people, at the right time.

Net-Centric Solutions that use audible and visible notification methods:


We’ve been very satisfied with the Alertus Desktop Notification. This fall, we deployed to nearly 2,500 workstations, trained the police dispatchers, and have turned over the alert operations to them. This has been one of the easiest and quickest software deployments we’ve ever had.
— Karl Kowalski, Executive Director User Services, University of Alaska Fairbanks