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Emergency Intercoms / Paging & PA

Emergency Intercoms / Paging & PA

People visit, gather and transit through public spaces every day be it shopping centers, car parks, bus / train stations, parks etc. Groups of people or a lone individual walking, day or night, through a public place may require easy access to help or may need to be informed of some critical events taking place in the area. Our SIP Emergency / Safety Phones and Public Address Systems provide a solution that offers reliable emergency assistance and information dissemination.

Our SIP Emergency / Safety Phones feature easy-to operate help point units that allow direct voice or video calls to a central control location or help desk providing assistance. Users can also access location, transport or tourism services via the intercom station’s information calling button.Available with Emergency or dual Emergency and Information buttons, the units are ideally suited for applications where assistance may be required in addition to emergency calling. On board configurable relays can be utilize to control lighting, duress alarms, CCTV or gate controls common within public safety and transport environments.

Information dissemination across Public Spaces for the broadcast of a security announcement, evacuation or public safety announcement is hassle-free using our IP public address system. Live or prerecorded announcements set to broadcast on certain days or times can provide this information, clearly to a select number or all PA zones, ensuring the message is heard by target audience.

Our Emergency Phones and PA Systems are suitable for applications such as Parks, Shopping centers, Malls, Car parks, Bus Stations, Train Networks, Airports, Freeways, Shipyards etc. The systems can easily be integrated into existing, shared or dedicated networks or IP Phone systems and support PoE thereby eliminating the need for electrical cables and power outlets. Our Emergency phones can also be 3G enabled for easy installation in remote areas.

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