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28 Mar

Radio Integration

 
 
Believe it or not, radio is one of the most effective and efficient ways to receive alerts from an emergency notification system.  Now commonly used, Radio over Internet Protocol (RoIP) is similar to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) except that it augments two-way radio communications rather than telephone calls. This standard extends the use of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to allow direct communication between Vigilance Software and wireless radios. RoIP can be used locally on campus radios, or extended to support existing municipal radio networks including, but not limited to, facilities, security, medical, and fire personnel.
Responders
Are your local response teams currently able to receive automatic radio notification?

Each alert type can be configured to notify predetermined contact groups through various communication formats.  A transmitting radio is attached to our RoIP gateway establishing a permanent connection between Vigilance Software and your local first responders. This instantaneous notification helps ensure that assistance is on its way when you need it most.
Facilities
Is your staff getting immediate local notifications when building systems fail?
 
Vigilance Software is commonly used to monitor building high/low temperature conditions, as well as generator, and boiler failures, and other critical system alerts. Through the use of RoIP all of these alerts can be received by your maintenance staff in real time, minimizing down time and preventing more serious problems from occurring.