Mass notification company Wahsega has launched Carina, which the company bills as a new mass notification and safety IoT platform that fully integrates device management to help reduce workload on IT professionals.
According to the company, Carina was built so organizations don’t have to sacrifice safety and functionality by providing reliable coverage and operation.
The solution features an intuitive dashboard that helps users manage everything, including sending daily announcements or emergency alerts, managing, and configuring devices, and scripted emergency safety plans.
Carina also features a calendar scheduler that helps make daily activities simple, like creating school bell schedules, pre-recorded announcements, and automated building controls.
According to Wahsega, Carina is also a family of IP endpoints that enables complete building coverage via intelligent devices like IoT building monitoring and control, IP displays, IP speakers, IP intercoms, help stations and auto zone controllers.
The solution was designed for both reliability and simplified management, according to the company.
“Carina was designed from the start to handle a wide range of environmental failures and continue operating,” the company said in a press release. “It’s fully functional on-premise when power, internet, or phone lines go down. Auto failover features for accidental server outages. Proven to work in the harshest industrial environments, even when your AC & heat does not work.”
Wahsega also says Carina was “designed from the ground up to be very simple to use” regardless of the user’s technical ability with features like zero-touch provisioning, automated clock-syncing, device health reports and simple device firmware upgrade built in.
For more information on the Carina mass notification system, including detailed pricing information, visit the company’s website.