For more than 40 years, GLOBALCOM® has been a tested and proven solution for mission-critical communications in the world’s largest airports and transportation hubs. With patented technologies developed specifically for voice evacuation, life safety, and general communications processes, GLOBALCOM® sets the standard for mass notification systems in healthcare, industrial, higher education, and transportation applications.
In order for communications to be effective, they need to be more than just heard. They need to be understood. Clear, concise, and intelligible communications keep people informed and safe. GLOBALCOM® doesn’t just claim to provide the highest levels of intelligibility. It’s been tested and proven in the majority of the world’s largest airports where strict requirements are upheld for mission-critical messages.
A GLOBALCOM® system can accommodate simple needs for small health clinics and manufacturing facilities yet still powerful enough to meet the needs of large campuses and transportation hubs. Since GLOBALCOM® utilizes existing network infrastructure, it easily grows and expands with your business needs or physical building additions.
Visual communication devices can support retail advertising, provide wayfinding, and complement audible messages.
When used with patented GCK software, ADA compliant scrolling text is synced with emergency audio messages.
A GLOBALCOM® system constantly monitors itself for connection disruptions and hardware malfunctions. When a fault is identified, a notification is sent and any available redundancies are activated to ensure messages can always be delivered.
In addition, GLOBALCOM® offers reporting of what announcements were sent, when they were sent, where they were triggered from, what zones they were sent to, and more.
GLOBALCOM® is an extremely capable mass notification system all on its own, but it becomes even more powerful as a communications ecosystem when other building systems are integrated with it.
As a centralized communications platform, GLOBALCOM® provides a voice to systems that would otherwise operate independently and expands the coverage area in which messages activated by those systems can be distributed to.