Relies on dedicated and redundant networks such as T-1s, LAN/VLANS and ring-down lines to eliminate the possibility of failure due to overwhelmed PSTNs, wireless carriers and “best attempt” services.
Hedges against obsolescence by using COTS (Commercial Off The Shelf) components and is TCP/IP based.
Is programmable so the conversation can be automatically repeated through the system “X” number of times and will auto-interrupt if a new communication is started.
Integrates with email (including the audio for playback), SMS and other mass notification devices, if needed.
Alerts selected personnel if abnormal conditions are detected (component failure, loss of connectivity, loss of end point, etc.)
Records and stores all communications that can easily be played back by those with appropriate access to the system.
Allows for a systematic approach for testing the system on an automated basis with the Roll Call feature.
Using secure wireless access points, enables mobile tablet devices to generate and receive notifications as well as be utilized for 2-way communications.