Reach Everyone, Everywhere with Unified Emergency Mass Notification

Can you ensure everyone in your facility, campus, or organization will receive critical information, regardless of where they are and what they’re doing during an emergency? Out-call notification systems that use phone paging groups, email notification, or text messages are good starting points, yet these systems fall far short of providing adequate reach to ensure as many people are notified as possible.

The Alertus System uses a multilayered approach with intelligible voice communications, presets, visible signals, text, graphics, tactile, or other communication methods to reach and alert more people, more often, in the event of an emergency.

The Alertus Unified Mass Notification System is a multi-modal, fully integrated mass notification solution designed to alert all or select individuals by:


Cost-effectively retrofitting facilities without an existing PA system

Leveraging Existing Technology

Leveraging existing available infrastructure and IT assets for comprehensive coverage

Single Point of Activation

Integrating all notification assets into one easy-to-use system with a Single Point of Activation

Filling Notification Gaps

Filling any gaps in notification coverage with innovative alerting endpoints

Alertus Unified Mass Notification System Capabilities


Easily And Cost-Effectively Retrofit Existing Facilities

The Alertus Alert Beacon is designed to serve campuses, military bases, and other large facilities that presently lack an in-building emergency notification system and where retrofitting a conventional voice public address system is impractical and cost prohibitive. 

  • Easy to install almost anywhere

  • Powerful, yet cost-effective

  • Compliant with mass notification code and mandates


leverage existing infrastructure 

Alertus partners with a wide variety of other mass notification systems and technologies for unparalleled interoperability with other components or existing infrastructure such as:

  • Desktop computers

  • Digital signage

  • PA systems

  • Fire alarm panels

  • Speakers

  • VoIP phones


Seamless Integration & Immediate Activation

Alertus' open API allows for easy and seamless integration with a variety of legacy mass notification technologies. This allows Alertus to unify disparate systems under one, powerful yet easy-to-use system with an intuitive user interface that offers both, pre-set and on-the-fly activations that can be deployed with a single click of a button.

Activations can be tailored to an endless variety of notification scenarios, including:

  • Active shooter

  • Tornado/severe weather

  • Infant abduction

  • Routine announcements

Alertus Unified Mass Notification System Benefits


Net-centric enterprise notification

For organizations without existing infrastructure, the Alertus System provides a cost-effective, yet highly efficient solution that leverages commonly found technologies to create a wide-reaching notification system.


Intelligent System Monitoring

The Alertus System constantly monitors and reads multiple signaling inputs, including alarm codes from fire panels using the Alertus Fire Panel Interface. 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.


extend notification reach Across your entire facility

By leveraging all available notification modalities Alertus can help you reach everyone at your facility - inside, outside, and even off-property - with consistent and timely notifications. 

Interoperable Mass Notification Appliances

The Alertus System also monitors and controls a variety of mass notification appliances, including:


We liked everything about Alertus. The fact that it was another tier of notification, so if cell phones weren’t working, or if infrastructure was down, the Alertus System would fill in those gaps.
— Frank Zebedis, Chief of Campus Police, Winthrop University