Rapid, actionable communication provides for security, safety and effective operations in any organization. In the military, this communication is of the utmost importance. Mass Notification Systems (MNS) provide the foundation for these capabilities, using Wide-Area MNS and Individual Building MNS. Telephone and Network Alerting expands the reach of these systems, adding redundancy and interaction as well. Putting it all together provides bases with a complete Integrated Warning System, enabling all systems to work together in function, operation and synchronicity.
ATI's integrated and stand-alone Mass Notification Systems (MNS) provide DoD installations with the ability to rapidly communicate both outside and inside of buildings on a base or facility. With the push of one button, the ATI MNS delivers clear and intelligible voice commands for actionable instructions across various platforms, including: Outdoor Voice and Tone, Indoor Public Address, Mobile Units, Telephone Alerting and Network Alerting Systems. All components activate simultaneously, saving valuable manpower and time when you need to alert quickly and urgently.
ATI provides a turn-key solution from project engineering, acoustic modeling, project support agreement development, installation and training. Our experienced staff works directly with your engineering, communications, and contracting groups. ATI is not a reseller. We are the manufacturer of our products. As a result, our customers have a direct link to our resources, services and support.
Pricing is based on our GSA schedule, offering extremely competitive prices on all of our products and services. With systems that are fully scalable and flexible, we can develop a complete Integrated Warning System up front or phase in different components over time, depending on your budgetary needs. All systems are designed to meet the Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) 4-021-01 for the Design, Operation and Maintenance of Mass Notification Systems.
|Groton Naval Base - Groton, Connecticut
Five HPSS32 and three HPSS16 speakers are used for outdoor alerting and mass communication across the base and waterfront.
|Eglin Air Force Base - Fort Walton Beach, Florida
Eighteen HPSS16 speakers operated from both fixed and mobile control stations make up the Giant Voice system at the largest Air Force base in the world.
|United States Army Training Center - Fort Huachuca,
Fifteen HPSS16 are used to provide outdoor mass notification and emergency warning capabilities throughout the base.
|Naval Medical Center - Portsmouth, Virginia
One HPSS16 speaker is used for this outdoor tone and voice notification system.
|West Point - NY
Eleven HPSS16 speaker and two OSU are used for this outdoor tone and voice notification system.