OneVue Notify by Primex Integrates With Existing Communications Systems
The OneVue ecosystem works in a range of settings, from smaller K-12 school districts to large universities, hospital systems and businesses of all sizes.
LAKE GENEVA, Wisc. — Primex has released OneVue Notify, the company’s visual messaging and critical alert solution.
The solution is billed as an easy-to-use tool for education, healthcare and business end customers. OneVue’s integrated platform is said to allow administrators and executives to synchronize their critical communications and get messages out quickly in an emergency.
Using an expandable ecosystem of InfoBoards, transmitters and Cloud-based software, the solution sends important alerts both visually and audibly, according to the company.
“With our start in timekeeping, Primex has a proud history of developing innovative information synchronization and communication technologies,” states Primex CEO Paul Shekoski. “Without overcomplicating processes for already time-stretched staff, OneVue Notify allows users to centralize communications and notify people quickly.”
As an integrated platform, OneVue synchronizes clocks and InfoBoards across a building or an entire campus. The 72MHz transmitter technology allows signals to penetrate further, up to one-half mile, with limited to no interference through the FCC licensing process.
OneVue can also be integrated with existing communication tools, including PA, paging and other messaging systems. In addition, customers using previous versions of the transmitter can upgrade to a new OneVue transmitter to take full advantage of InfoBoards while continuing to use their existing clocks.
The solution is said to simplify the management process and allow users to operate the system from any device with a web browser, and access real data, real-time through customized reporting capabilities.
The OneVue ecosystem works in a wide range of settings, from smaller K-12 school districts to large universities, hospital systems and businesses of all sizes. The platform can be used to send alerts in a variety of emergencies, including extreme weather events, fires and active shooter situations. It can also communicate day-to-day messages related to schedule reminders and special events.
“We understand our customers have a variety of needs and different levels of existing communication tools,” says Art Mahanna, product manager for Primex. “Whether they want to get a stand-alone safety platform up and running quickly, or are adding enhanced visual display capabilities to their current system, OneVue is a completely customizable solution.”
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