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This technology enables facility management to define geographical boundaries to identify where people and assets are, and when they move in and out of bounds.
The new Atlanta Braves ballpark opened in April 2017, operating with products from the Carrier, Automated Logic, Edwards, Otis Elevator brands.
This technology platform ensures building occupants will be alerted immediately during an emergency — irrespective of the notification settings on their mobile devices or the language they speak.
The Safer Buildings Coalition focuses on the adoption of in-building communication capabilities for public safety. This article looks at the role this technology can play in senior living facilities.
For its 2016 campaign, the company decided to take a creative yet informative approach, highlighting one particular technology — voice communication systems.
This universal alerting engine from Status Solutions integrates standalone alarm and communication systems in facilities for effective response.
Communication should be the impetus for an appropriate response during a security related event.
The ability of occupants to comprehend in-building mass notification messages is a crucial requirement for facility life safety systems.
Ever since there have been buildings there’s been a need to alert people on how to get out safely during an emergency. Using a system reserved for emergencies—the fire alarm system—decreases the time required to notify occupants.
This line of 105 dB(A) industrial flashing sounders alert occupants to hazardous situations or production problems in factories, water and waste treatment facilities, commercial offices, sports arenas, hotels, and other facility types.
Developing effective facility warning and notification strategies in the post-9/11 era.
Rolf Jensen & Associates, Inc. has published a five-page paper on the topic.