The Sygnal mass notification system gives you maximum connectivity to any point on your network by routing communications through the dedicated Sygnal server.
Here’s a look at how Sygnal mass notification works in your network.
Sygnal server receives input from an external source such as a fire panel, weather alert service or administrator initiated action via panic button, phone or other device
Information is relayed via the LAN to push messages to inside devices and outside peripherals
Information is relayed via the Internet to push messages to personal devices
The effectiveness of a mass-notification system increases exponentially as a customer employs the technique of ‘layering.’ Layering is the ability to simultaneously communicate with the intended recipients through multiple means. The more means with which the Sygnal administrator can communicate, the higher the probability each recipient will successfully receive the message.
The Sygnal mass notification system uses various forms of technology to immediately notify recipients of current emergent situations and the subsequent actions that need to be taken in order to provide the highest levels of safety and security for their environment. Sygnal layers inside devices, outside communications and at your side notifications for greater reliability.
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