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Mass Notification

- The WPS2900 Series is a mass notification system from Whelen Engineering Company, Inc., of Chester, Connecticut. The system first makes a warning tone to alert individuals of danger and follows with a clear voice message to explain the warning.

Notification Systems

- Cooper Wheelock of Long Branch, New Jersey, offers a variety of notification products for industrial, campus, government, and military applications.

Mass Notification System

- Mass Notification systems from NOTIFIER of Northford, Connecticut, broadcast live emergency information to everyone in a building, campus, or multiple facilities.

Duress System

- The LYNX System provides duress and emergency notification for multiple situations. Made by Micro Technology Services, Inc., of Richardson, Texas, the system allows users to place an unlimited number of computer-based panic buttons anywhere on a local network. When activated, a message is communicated to other computer screens, radios, pagers, and strobes.

Emergency Notification

- REACT Systems, Inc., of Los Altos, California, has announced the commercial availability of REACT! Enterprise, which delivers targeted verifiable communications to first responders and those at risk. The fully scalable enterprise solution can reach millions of users within seconds, and its open architecture enables interoperable automated communication with other systems.

Breach Notification

- First Advantage Membership Services of Poway, California, has launched a service that assists organizations in preparing for the effects of a consumer data security breach. The Security Incident Response Notification service will print and send customized notification letters to consumers within 48 hours if a breach occurs.

Emergency Notifications

- Code Blue of Holland, Michigan, and REVERSE 911 of Indianapolis have integrated their products to create emergency notification through multiple communications outlets. Code Blue’s outdoor security phone systems can incorporate REVERSE 911’s emergency notification software, which delivers messages to individual phones, pagers, PDAs, and e-mail. Both companies’ solutions include interactive technology, so that recipients can respond to the notification. The outdoor phone systems offer the additional ability to broadcast warnings in a public place.

Emergency Broadcasting

- The new Wide-Area Emergency Broadcast System (W.E.B.S) by Chicago-based Talk-A-Phone integrates the company’s emergency/information phone and wide-area broadcast capabilities into a single communication system that is ideal for large campuses, open space programs, and mass transit applications.

Emergency Notifications

- Code Blue of Holland, Michigan, and REVERSE 911 of Indianapolis have integrated their products to create emergency notification through multiple communications outlets.

Emergency Broadcasting

- The new Wide-Area Emergency Broadcast System (W.E.B.S) by Chicago-based Talk-A-Phone integrates the company’s emergency/information phone and wide-area broadcast capabilities into a single communication system that is ideal for large campuses, open space programs, and mass transit applications.

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