Emergency Communication System


Regroup Streamlines Modern, Cloud-Based MNEC System

Tuesday, December 29, 2015 by MNEC Staff | News & Articles · News · Partner Content · Resources · Case Studies ·

Regroup Streamlines Modern, Cloud-Based MNEC System
California Campuses require a robust mass messaging system to replace the seven different types of communication systems they had developed over the years. Read more.

Gilman School Finds Innovative Ways to Expand its Emergency Alerting Capabilities

Tuesday, September 29, 2015 by Jamie Underwood | News & Articles · News · Resources · Case Studies ·

Gilman School Finds Innovative Ways to Expand its Emergency Alerting Capabilities
Recent active shooter events have K-12 schools looking for ways to enhance their emergency notification systems. Gilman School found new ways to expand its emergency alerting capabilities and improve student safety all around. Read more.

Take the 2014 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 by MNEC Staff | News & Articles · News ·

Take the 2014 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey
Help us learn about challenges campuses experience with their mass notification emergency communication systems. Read more.

Why Audio ‘Intelligibility’ Is a Slippery Slope

Wednesday, August 14, 2013 by David McNutt | News & Articles · News · Blogs · Codes & Standards · NFPA ·

Why Audio ‘Intelligibility’ Is a Slippery Slope
Speech intelligibility with regards to an emergency communications system is a difficult aspect of the notification process. While there are guides from NFPA about which metrics to use and how to measure them, intelligibility is all about the environment the equipment is in and the technology used. Read more.

How to Conduct a Mass Notification Risk Assessment

Monday, July 29, 2013 by Lisa Nadile | News & Articles · Basics · Codes & Standards · NFPA ·

How to Conduct a Mass Notification Risk Assessment
With the latest news reporting such tragedy, many organizations are thinking about what they can do to add protection for staff. The first step toward incorporating an emergency communications system is to identify the risks your people are facing. Read more.

Silent Knight Fire Alarm Announces New Emergency Communication System

Wednesday, June 26, 2013 by MNEC Staff | News & Articles · Products · Codes & Standards · NFPA ·

Silent Knight Fire Alarm Announces New Emergency Communication System
Up to 16 Farenhyt IFP-2000ECS panels can be networked together — supporting up 10,176 points, including detectors, pull stations and more. The IFP-2000ECS can also deliver audio communications to correlate with fire alarms, weather, hazmat and other significant events. Read more.