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Campus solution offers voice amplification, emergency alert

AMX® today announced the AMX ResQ™ system for its Unified Campus Solution, which gives teachers a small, classroom-audio pendant, with built-in panic-button, to address the sudden conditions of a classroom threat or other emergency.
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AMX® today announced the AMX ResQ™ system for its Unified Campus Solution, which gives teachers a small, classroom-audio pendant, with built-in panic-button, to address the sudden conditions of a classroom threat or other emergency.

AMX ResQ is an optional feature of the AMX Unified Campus Solution designed for schools. The campus-wide, network-based solution fully integrates the control of many key campus technologies including PA/Intercom, bells, security cameras, energy management (PCs, projectors, lighting, and HVAC options), classroom technology control, classroom audio, streaming video broadcasts, digital signage and emergency alerts. School staffers can manage these combined technologies from a touch panel, computer, iPads, tablets and other mobile devices.

In addition to the teardrop microphone pendant, AMX ResQ includes a receiver/amplifier unit and monitoring station as well as a network adapter that allows it to not only alert campus administration but local authorities as well.

For more information about AMX ResQ or AMX|SchoolView solutions, contact your AMX dealer or go to www.SimplifyYourCampus.com.

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