From Localized Emergencies to Global Events – Inform Everyonecrowd

In a wide scale emergency, keeping people informed is critical to keeping them safe. Notifying more people of a dangerous and potentially life threatening situation can prevent further injuries and save more lives. Such situations require an emergency communications system to broadcast live, up-to-the minute emergency information to everyone in a building, campus, or multiple facilities spread across a city, state…even the globe.

Distributed Digital Voice Evacuation
Digital Voice Command (DVC) systems can be distributed throughout multiple buildings and linked together via the NOTI-FIRE-NET intelligent network. Each system can operate independently in case of a building-specific emergency, or cohesively as part of a unified emergency communications system for large-scale emergencies. Using the DVC command center, authorized personnel can distribute emergency voice messages to an entire campus or just to specifi c areas. Applications include Universities, High Rise Buildings, Corporate Campuses, Industrial Facilities, Chemical and Utility Plants, Ports, Mass Transit Hubs, Sports Arenas, and Government Complexes.

Worldwide Emergency Notification over IP Technology
NOTIFY-IP uses voice over IP technology to send live, direct voice instructions for preserving life and property throughout a large facility, campus, or multiple facilities across the world. Within seconds, facilities all over the world can be notifi ed of a potential or existing emergency. Activation of NOTIFY-IP is simple; the operator selects the desired paging location(s), clicks the “Start Paging” button, and speaks into the microphone with the appropriate emergency message. Applications include Global Corporations, Industrial Facilities, Chemical and Utility Plants, Ports, Mass Transit Hubs, Sports Arenas, and Government Complexes.

Unifying Critical Communications
Distributed Recipient Emergency Communications alerts large and targeted audiences quickly and reliably with critical communication to desktop systems, public displays, telephones and wireless devices to ensure that the messages are received within seconds, not minutes, reducing the risk of employees taking incorrect action or putting themselves in danger.