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Items Tagged with 'mass notification'
That’s where mass notification systems come into play, as well, as is the case with MillerCoors’ Fort Worth, Texas, brewery, which is located in Tornado Alley and sees about 25 tornadoes each year. The brewery employs 105 employees spread across 150 acres, and it brews 9 million barrels a year. It houses an on-site refrigeration system with 150,000 pounds of ammonia to assist with the brewing process.
This scalable system offers enhanced features and functionality, as well as simplistic installation and set-up for building and site security, industry and infrastructure markets.
This hosted Software as a Service mass notification program is scalable enough to send thousands of notifications around the world – or thousands of messages around a single campus.
The lessons learned following the Boston Marathon bombings were many, but one lesson that was learned rather quickly was that Twitter was going to become the go-to platform for gathering timely and accurate information from city, state and federal officials regarding the rapidly unfolding events of that week.
Mass notification has become a key element of campus safety and security. John Dellacontrada, assistant vice president of media relations at the University of Buffalo, New York, says he sought a “solution that we could deploy quickly and consistently, one that would work on desktop and mobile devices to get a message broadcast via various ways and that could work with our existing emergency public address system.”
Italy's longest metro system now combines video surveillance and public-address communication to manage evacuation measures.
As the Emergency Alert System reported an imminent zombie attack last week, broadcasters started to realize it was time to change their passwords... and maybe more.