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Security & Life Safety

Solutions for enhanced security

Mass Communications solutions that enhance the capabilities and coverage of security and life safety systems such as fire alarms, video surveillance, access control, and gunshot detection.

Take Your Security to the Next Level

  • Send critical information to people wherever they are
  • Automate communications of emergency preparedness plans
  • Reduce response times
  • Contact local authorities immediately during emergencies
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Automated Response

Automating emergency preparedness plans reduces the risk of human error and eliminates scenarios where a specific person or place is required to initiate a critical event. Once an event is triggered, a well-designed mass communications system can leverage paging, public address, VoIP, and other audible and visual methods, typically used for common announcements, to distribute information. Physical security systems are more effective and efficient when integrated into a mass communications network.

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IPX endpoints

IPX Endpoints

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InformaCast

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GLOBALCOM®

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System Examples

Globalcom mass communications system example

GLOBALCOM® Mass Communications for Healthcare

Atmosphere Retail system example

Atmosphere Retail BGM & Life Safety

Case Studies

Genessee Valley school case study

Genesee Valley School District

World Trade Center case study

World Trade Center Transportation Hub

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Life Safety

For some public spaces with more stringent regulations, intelligibility standards, reporting requirements, supervision, and redundancy may be required. Certified life safety systems require features and capabilities that a typical paging or public address system may not have. Standards such as NFPA 72, UL 864, UL 1711, UL 2572, and European EN 54-16 provide specific requirements for mass notification, fire alarm signaling, and EVAC systems.

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Globalcom software

GLOBALCOM®

Globalcom EN-5216

GLOBALCOM® EN 52-16

Life safety speakers

Life Safety Listed Speakers

System Examples

Atmosphere Life safety system example

Atmosphere Life Safety

Case Studies

Instanbul Airport case study

Istanbul Airport

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Insights

Additional resources and information about using audio and communications technologies to improve security that provide actionable takeaways such as best practices, things to look for in IP endpoints, and how IP endpoints can be used to enhance emergency preparedness plans.

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Jesus Villahermosa

30 Year Veteran of Law Enforcement and S.W.A.T. Nationally Recognized Expert in Active Lethal Threats

Downloads

10 reasons why schools should consider IP endpoints download

10 reasons why school administrators should consider IP endpoints

Ip endpoints: 10 features on an integrators wish list download

IP Endpoints: 10 features on an integrators wish list

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System Integration

Physical security devices integrated into a mass communications system can provide enhanced capabilities and coverage compared to what they are capable of independently. When integrated security solutions detect a threat, the information is distributed through other, existing systems and technologies such as public address, digital signage, scrolling text, email, SMS text, and more to effectively and efficiently automate critical alerts when and where they are needed.

Featured Products

IPX endpoint

IPX Endpoints

Globalcom Software

GLOBALCOM®

Atmosphere System

Atmosphere

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Bridge the gap between communications and security

“The most important and useful technology during any emergency is the public address system.”

- Jesus Villahermosa
30 year Law Enforcement & S.W.A.T. Team Veteran
Nationally Recognized Expert in Active Lethal Threats

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For some public spaces with more stringent regulations, fire system integration qualifications, intelligibility standards, reporting requirements, supervision, and redundancy may be required. Certified life safety systems require features and capabilities that a typical paging or public address system may not have. Standards such as NFPA 72, UL 864, UL 1711, UL 2572, UL 1480, UL 1480A, and European EN 54-16 provide specific requirements for mass notification, fire alarm signaling, and EVAC systems.

AtlasIED offers a variety of communications solutions that are certified with UL listings and comply with the requirements as defined by NFPA 72 and the European fire and life safety agencies for the EN 54-16 standard.

“I believe that the PA system is one of the fastest ways that you can get emergency alerts to every building on this campus.”

- Alisa Pacer
Director of Emergency Management
Johnson County Community College

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