Emergency Communications Systems

Read: NYC Wants to Digitize Emergency Communications With Next Gen 911 Project

NYC Wants to Digitize Emergency Communications With Next Gen 911 Project

City officials have issued an RFP for its Next Generation 911 project, while installing interim text-to-911 capabilities slated to go live in early 2018.

Read: Lencore Brings Open Platform Mass Notification Solution to ISC West

Lencore Brings Open Platform Mass Notification Solution to ISC West

The n.FORM system is said to allow for almost unlimited zoning capabilities within and across facilities.

Read: Make Sure You Send the Right Mass Notification Messages

Make Sure You Send the Right Mass Notification Messages

Ensure end users heed appropriate mass notification system (MNS) message practices.

Read: How to Maximize Existing Fire Alarm Systems by Adding Intelligible Voice Communications

How to Maximize Existing Fire Alarm Systems by Adding Intelligible Voice Communications

Get answers to questions on how to guide conversations about retrofitting existing fire alarm panels with mass notification capabilities.

Read: Feds Suspend Funding for Problem-Plagued L.A. County Emergency System

Feds Suspend Funding for Problem-Plagued L.A. County Emergency System

The federal government has halted $154 million in funding for a Los Angeles County emergency communications systems that will connect first responders quickly in the event of a crisis.

Read: Demystifying Emergency Communications System Message Delivery

Demystifying Emergency Communications System Message Delivery

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.

Read: Designing Your Fire Emergency Plan – Reviewing the Plan 101

Designing Your Fire Emergency Plan – Reviewing the Plan 101

Learn how to prevent your plan from being a bottleneck in your project.

OnSSI, Code Blue Release Comprehensive Situational Security Solution

Notifier Launches Microsite to Help Installers Integrate Fire Alarm, ECS Systems

Read: An Intelligent Approach to Intelligibility

An Intelligent Approach to Intelligibility

NFPA 72-2010 includes a section outlining important new requirements for voice evacuation systems. Better understand the concept of intelligibility, learn about the code changes and how they apply to notification systems.

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