COMPREHENSIVE HANDLING OF MULTIPLE ALERTS
Integrates with numerous systems and brings the alarm and status messages to the most suitable radio/radio group or via SMS.
Fire – Sensors and Panels Serial RS232 or RS485
Security – PIR Movement Sensors, CCTV, Door Contacts
Safety/BMS/Machine/Technical and more.
TOTAL CONTROL OF YOUR SECURITY ALARMS AND SYSTEM ALERTS
All messages can be handled differently – distributed to the most appropriate radio/ radio group, for the quickest response.
Fire Alarm to the Trained Fire Support Team, Oil Pressure Indicator to Engineering or Intruder Alarm to Security Personnel.
DELIVERED WITH PIN-POINT ACCURACY
Refine further with each alarm key word having its own message route.
Fire Alarm, key word FAULT dispatched to engineering.
Fire Alarm, key word FIRE dispatched to trained fire personnel.
Fire Alarm, key word STATUS OK, logged but not sent through to radio.
NO DISPLAY NO PROBLEMS
With no need to pre-record alerts, messages are relayed in real-time via a humanistic artificial intelligence, capable of converting the alarm outputs into voice notifications.
NEVER MISS MESSAGE – THREE STAGE ESCALATION PATH
Automatically sent to the primary group, no response, the alarm message will then be sent to the backup group. Still no response, the alert can be sent to all radios or via SMS.
ADAPTABLE TO SHIFT AND WORKING PATTERNS
Optional alert paths can be set dependent upon the time of day – channel steered through a fixed mobile.
An alarm message can be sent to Local Security Group between 9am and 5pm and offsite to Wider Security Group whilst the building is unoccupied.
LESS DOWNTIME AND LOSS OF PRODUCTIVITY
Many detectors will monitor abnormal conditions and provide early warning signals to indicate that an alarm condition is approaching. These are transmitted by InteraX to trained personnel, maximising the time to investigate and in many cases, mitigate the cause before escalating to a disruptive alarm state.
Containing the problem or discovering a false alarm before full site evacuation. When a sensor is triggered this starts a timer and the alert is sent to trained personnel, allowing time to investigate before escalating to a full alarm.