Effectively distribute common announcements and emergency alerts in a variety of formats including audible and visual methods to people on and off premise.
From everyday operations such as bell schedules, morning announcements, and standard intercom calls to critical processes in place for severe weather, fire and medical concerns, and active shooters, communications systems within schools are a vital tool to provide an environment where students and staff can be safe, comfortable, and well-informed.
From managing everyday operations in assisted living facilities and health clinics to severe weather, fire alarms, and security breaches in the largest hospital campuses, communications systems are vital in providing a safe and organized place best suited for successful patient outcomes.
A comprehesive ecosystem of communication solutions specifically designed for mass transit hubs to improve the passenger experience and comply with life safety requirements. Daily communications and emergency preparedness plans are supported with highly intelligible announcements that utilize audio and video messaging in multiple languages through a system that leverages existing and future network infrastructure.
Industrial facilities commonly have high levels of ambient noise and poor acoustics which can make it difficult to quickly notify everyone during an emergency. Sensors, relays, and other devices can be integrated into a mass communications system to trigger alerts when readings are out of tolerance. Daily and emergency alerts are broadcast through devices like AtlasIED’s IPX endpoints. The audio and visual messaging ensures that employees and guests receive appropriate information, even in the harshest environments.
Inside the classroom, within a whole building, or throughout an entire university campus, AtlasIED communication technologies create an effective, safe, and secure environment. Beyond traditional school paging and intercom, AtlasIED engineered technologies utilitize multiple systems and communication methods such as public address, digital signage, desktop notifications, SMS text, and more, for on and off-site coverage during routine and emergency situations.