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Mass Notification Systems save Lives, but they must operate flawlessly. There are no ‘second’ chances. That is why PCS teamed up with Alertus to provide the Best Emergency Notification System on the market today. The US House of Representatives is protected by Alertus, along with countless Universities, Schools and public facilities all over the world.

Instant Text, Alarm, Beacon and Announcements all at the same time or Silently, depending on your Management decisions. Life is precious and PCS/Alertus makes SURE that a flawless system is designed and implemented to protect and notify the instant a catastrophic event is formulating or occurring.

Contact PCS for your assessment and advice or agents are standing by 24/7/365 at 1-877-307-8131

An emergency communication system (ECS) is any system (typically, computer-based) that is organized for the primary purpose of supporting one-way and two-way communication of emergency messages between both individuals and groups of individuals. These systems are commonly designed to integrate the cross-communication of messages between a variety of communication technologies, forming a unified communication system intended to optimize communications during emergencies.

Emergencies place demands on communication processes that are often significantly different from the demands of non-emergency circumstances. Emergencies often involve escalating and evolving events that demand high performance and flexibility from the systems that provide emergency communication services. Message prioritisation, automation of communication, fast message delivery, communication audit trails, and other capabilities are often required by each unique emergency situation. Inadequate emergency communications capabilities can have consequences that are inconvenient at best and disastrous at worst.

Depending on the location, time, and nature of the emergency, a large variety of limitations could present themselves when it comes to communicating details of an emergency and any resultant actions that may need to be taken to protect life and property. For example, an audio public address system might be rendered ineffective if the emergency happens to be an explosive event which renders most or all of those affected deaf. Another common example might be the limitation of a fire alarm’s siren component in a deaf school. Yet another example of a limitation could be the overloading of public services (such as cellular phone networks), resulting in the delay of vital SMS messages until they are too late.

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