Technology Delivers Fast and Widespread Emergency Communication
Notifier, part of the Honeywell Life Safety Group, announces the release of its Mass Notification solutions product line. In the event of a dangerous, life-threatening emergency, Notifier’s Mass Notification system broadcasts live, up-to-the minute emergency information to everyone in a building, a campus or multiple facilities spread across a city, state or even the globe to help prevent injuries and save lives. Notifier’s product and technology offerings fit a range of facility types and applications, including K-12 schools, high-rises and mass transit hubs, as well as college, university and manufacturing campuses.
The FireVoice 25/50 is designed for smaller, standalone facilities that require a simplified Mass Notification solution. Notifier’s Digital Voice Command (DVC) is engineered specifically for larger buildings and campuses, which often require a greater level of flexibility and sophistication. Multiple DVC systems linked together via the NOTI-FIRE-NET intelligent network form a Mass Notification system capable of informing thousands of people throughout a campus about an unfolding emergency. For multinational corporations and government agencies with offices spread across the world, there is NOTIFY-IP, a voice over IP based technology that can send live, urgent voice instructions anywhere in the world via the internet. Notifier’s Mass Notification product portfolio includes a complete line of visual and audible peripheral notification appliances such as amber strobes, LED signs and speaker clusters.
Flashing amber strobes accompany the voice instructions to visually alert occupants that an emergency exists. Programmable LED signs placed in areas where a large number of people assemble or traverse can communicate information specific to the emergency or display a simple message such as “evacuate.” Large speaker clusters can be installed on the exterior of a building or multiple buildings throughout a campus to provide voice instructions to people outdoors in the general vicinity of the buildings.