|Guy Combrinck from Panasonic, Mike Newton, CEO of AD Group and John Seargant, broadcaster and journalist|
When deployed the award-winning Emergency Messaging System (EMS) provides authorities, police and end-users with unparalleled situational awareness and a two-way communication capability with specified assets should a major incident or a disaster occur; there is also the potential to generate revenue through a Mass Notification System (MNS) and, simultaneously, to continue to perform the surveillance tasks required to secure any facility.
The leading edge Emergency Messaging and Mass Notification System, developed by Dedicated Micros and parent company AD Group, takes advantage of the inherent ability of all NetVu Connected systems to support a local display output and communicate over an IP network. Normally this is used by an operator to view scenes from a CCTV system or, if positioned in a public area, to provide a sense of security that they are being monitored and to act as a deterrent to criminals. Now, with Dedicated Micros' Emergency Messaging and Mass Notification System, it is possible to offer the police, authorities and other users, through the already established CCTV infrastructure, unlike any other mass market system.
|Dediated Micros wins Integrated Security Product of the Year at IFSEC 2009|
Said Mike Newton, founder of Dedicated Micros and CEO of AD Group: "We are delighted to have won the Integrated Security Product of the Year category in the Security Industry Awards held at IFSEC 2009. This is yet another accolade for our Emergency Messaging and Notification capability, which first came to prominence when it won the Best Software Product category in the IP in Security Innovation Awards, and reflects the genuinely groundbreaking nature of this solution."