No one wants to have to deal with life-threatening situations, but our brand new emergency alert system could prove vital when incorporating digital signage in your emergency response strategy. It’s easy to use and customizable too. So you don’t worry about technical stuff when you’re trying to get your people to safety.
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Quick & easy emergency alert system for digital signage
We designed our emergency alert system with specific criteria in mind. So you can go on auto-pilot mode in life-threatening situations when you use your screens in your emergency response strategy. Firstly and most importantly, it’s easy to use. Also, we provided you with standard templates for a variety of emergency situations that you can customize in a few clicks. You’ll find templates for situations ranging from earthquakes and fires to active shooters and weather conditions. Our new emergency alert system feature works great for schools, companies and other organizations such as labs, hotels, hospitals and factories.
To set up your emergency alerts, just go to the Monitors section and click the Emergency Alerts tab. You’ll be able to do all your customization there. Got multiple screens? We suggest you tag them so you can quickly decide which screen you need emergency alerts sent to. And when you activate the emergency alert feature, it overrides all other functions. So you know your emergency alerts appear on your screens in 5-10 seconds max.
Next in line: CAP Support for Receiving Alerts
A lot of our customers situated on a large campus may already use mass notification systems to alert students and employees in emergency situations. CAP is the standard API that allows alerts to be transferred from one system to another. Since it’s so widely used, we are building CAP support into eMaa. And of course we’re making sure that it works great with some of the most popular mass notification platforms out there, so it’s easy to implement.