TextSpeak introduced TTS-EM-CE, a cellular enabled text-to-speech amplifier, at ISC West. This new addition to the earBridge family is said to transfer SMS emergency cellular text messages directly to endpoint speakers and paging systems.
SSI Staff · April 13, 2016
Security systems integrators need to be aware of appropriate mass notification system (MNS) message practices to help end user clients.
Shane Clary · May 08, 2015
Get answers to questions on how to guide conversations about retrofitting existing fire alarm panels with mass notification capabilities.
By Maria Marks and Dan Finnegan · May 08, 2015
Proper design of an emergency communications system requiring voice intelligibility depends on factors such as room acoustics, speaker layout and even the manner in which the person is announcing a live instruction.
Shane Clary · August 27, 2014
Mass notification emergency communication (MNEC) is the $2.5 billion AV industry that nobody else seems to be talking about.
By Tom LeBlanc · June 18, 2014
Emergency communications platforms are being leveraged in new ways that allow end users to achieve business efficiencies and other organizational benefits. Find out how these systems can be integrated into other business solutions as well as to expand your portfolio of services into new market niches.
By Samuel Shanes · May 09, 2014
Have you been alerted about these mass notification and emergency communications (MNEC) products?
Jessica Camerato · May 06, 2014
What you need to know about reach, clarity, redundancy and reporting to design or procure an effective MNEC system. Watch this video to learn more.
February 02, 2014
Newfound efficiencies with today’s mass notification solutions.
By Bob Stockwell · January 09, 2014
High profile incidents are fueling greater demand than ever before for mass notification systems (MNS). Find out how new technologies, standards, designs, installation techniques and practices are helping fire/life-safety solution providers grow their MNS business and help clients better deal with emergencies.
April 30, 2013