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Emergency Notification System

  .advancedMethod, designer of digital signage systems, provides an express emergency broadcast systems which can help educational campuses meet national requirements to make visitors, students and faculty aware of urgent situations such as emergencies, intruders, fires, hurricanes, as well as provide evacuation instructions.
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 .advancedMethod, designer of digital signage systems, provides an express emergency broadcast systems which can help educational campuses meet national requirements to make visitors, students and faculty aware of urgent situations such as emergencies, intruders, fires, hurricanes, as well as provide evacuation instructions.

Administrative users can securely log-in to the express emergency system and trigger predetermined alerts or create emergency messages on the spot. Once an emergency message is activated on one express unit, all of the players and screens on the same local area network (LAN) are then triggered, saving precious time and ensuring that one’s message is dispatched immediately. Once the emergency is over, the message can be removed by simply clicking “deactivate.”

The system is available to all express users at no extra charge. For more information, visit www.advancedmethod.com/digitalsignage

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