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Carnegie Mellon University Case Study
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Metis Secure Overview Brochure
Six Points to Consider in Selecting Mass Notification Solutions
The next generation of in-building emergency notification is available today. With unprecedented speed and reliability, Metis Secure is the solution for emergency managers who want to keep people safe in any situation.
The Metis Secure system is a hardware and software solution that combines a comprehensive Command Center, rapid two-way Alerting Devices and a triple-redundant Communications and Power Network that easily integrates with your existing notification and security systems.
"We selected Metis Secure because we were impressed with the speed and effectiveness of the solution and wanted one single emergency notification platform. We plan to implement the Metis Secure system throughout our campus to inform and protect our students, faculty, staff and visitors wherever they are."
Bill CameronVP of OperationsPoint Park University
"The Request for Help feature quickly tells us the exact location and nature of a problem, which means my team is able to provide more rapid and effective response to people in need. In medical emergencies this can be the difference between life and death."
Windy StaffordAssistant Chief of PoliceSlippery Rock University
"The Metis Secure system is a huge enhancement to our emergency notification plan. We didn't have the ability to send messages to people in specific locations on campus. This targeted approach allows us to communicate to those individuals in need without alarming everyone else on campus, not affected by a situation."
Rita AbentExecutive Director, University Public RelationsSlippery Rock University
"With poor cell phone and radio reception throughout and numerous research laboratories containing hazardous materials, Mellon Institute is a challenging security environment. If this technology can work here, it can work anywhere."
Madelyn MillerDirector of Environmental Health and SafetyCarnegie Mellon University