Mass notification systems aren’t just about sounding an alarm. Systems today are capable of much more.
A mass notification system’s primary objective is to disseminate one-way communication to individuals in the event of an emergency.
Honeywell says the redesigned line of fire detection devices offers improved system reliability against false alarms, expanded color offerings and modern design.
Machine learning solutions that can detect violence and conflict on social media are helping keep school districts safe.
The guidance provides a framework to help decision makers protect their campus against risks associated with Intelligent Building Management Systems (IBMS).
No matter what your workplace consists of, or where it is located, you’re going to need some sort of safety procedure plan.
When a caller using iOS 12 calls 911, the phone will automatically share the caller’s location with the 911 center.
With so many emergency situations in school environments over the past decade, ensuring your school has proper communications during an emergency is key.
The Washington Dept. of Transportation’s Shoreline Traffic Management Center (TMC) is one of six regional operation centers of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) used to make Washington’s roads more safe and efficient. When the TMC outgrew its building – as well as the size of its roadway monitoring system – the staff realized it was time not just for a physical upgrade, but a technological one, too.
Updates to safety-focused building codes NFPA 72 and 2015 International Business Code mean proper responses to emergency situations.