Mass Concerns

Mass Concerns

Without mass notification systems, the silence can be deafening and fatal for education institutions.

Ever since there have been buildings, there has been a need to alert people on how to get out of them safely in the event of an emergency. 

Three hundred and fifty years ago, the prime danger was fire, which was the case when London was leveled by a conflagration that destroyed 13,000 buildings. Remarkably, only a few people perished; the warning system of the day—a ringing bell and people yelling out warnings in the street—proved

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