Emergency Prevention

What is Alyssa’s Law & How Can Life-Safety Technologies Keep Students Safer?

“Alyssa’s Law” is a piece of legislation that dictates that public schools implement lifesaving mass notification technology into their emergency response protocol. The law requires public schools to have silent panic alert systems connected directly to first responders and law enforcement agencies. The goal of implementing this technology is to reduce the lead time in …

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What is so important about “Compliance & Standards”?

When it comes to product development, standards form the fundamental building blocks that give us confidence a product is safe and will perform properly. Standards like UL, establish consistent testing metrics, processes, protocols, and benchmarks for performance and for all intents, make us believe that the products that we are buying, that meet stringent standards, …

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Preventing Harm & Loss with Mass Notification

In certain situations and during emergency events the dissemination of information is key to life safety.In certain situations and during emergency events, the dissemination of information is key to life safety. Mercury’s n.FORM is capable of communicating that information, as well as monitoring every piece of the MNEC system equipment, while simultaneously being able to …

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Looking to the Future: The Mass Notification Market & Opportunity

For security professionals and integrators, the market need for mass notification and the global forecast for the market is estimated to be worth $17.3 billion by 2024.This figure, according to a published report by MarketsandMarkets*1 includes all hardware, software and services for in-building, wide area, and distributed recipient solutions) and is being driven by the …

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