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Alertus grant program provides free mass notification technology

July 7, 2020SSN Staff

BELTSVILLE, Md.—Alertus Technologies, a leader in emergency mass notification solutions, partnered with California IT in Education (CITE) to provide an emergency preparedness grant valuing up to $75,000 to one qualified member annually.  “An effective emergency notification in a school environment is more important today than ever before,” CITE Executive Director, Andrea Bennet, said in the announcement. “This grant will help schools complete their notification system with no implementation...

Alertus Technologies, emergency preparedness, grant program, school safety, school security

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Monitoring Matters

Alertus partners with AccuWeather

February 22, 2017Spencer Ives

Mass notification system provider Alertus Technologies recently entered a partnership with AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions, bringing its customers more capabilities when it comes to weather alerts and emergencies. Alertus, founded in 2002, has included weather alerts in its system and has been developing and automating these alerts. “We wanted to partner with AccuWeather since they really are the leader in that space, and have a lot of additional services that they bring to the table,”...

AccuWeather, Alertus Technologies, Amanda Sassano

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Fire Systems Installation

Fire alarms are seen and heard

September 29, 2011Tess Nacelewicz

NORTHFORD, Conn.—In a partnership that's designed to enhance its emergency communications systems offerings, Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell announced it is working with Alertus Technologies to integrate audible and visual notification devices and Alertus' IP network command software. Gamewell-FCI, which is based here, said its E3 Series of fire alarm and other emergency communications systems can “integrate seamlessly” with Alertus' “wall-mounted Alert Beacons, text-to-speech...

Alert Beacons, Alertus Technologies, Beth Welch, Brian Carlson, Honeywell

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