Portable Giant Voice Purchased by US Army for Iraq

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Acoustic Technology Inc. (ATI), has received a contract for providing nine remote-access Mobile Voice High-Powered Sirens for the US Army, to be delivered to the Republican Presidential Compound in Baghdad, Iraq.

Acoustic Technology Inc. (ATI), has received a contract for providing nine remote-access Mobile Voice High-Powered Sirens for the US Army, to be delivered to the Republican Presidential Compound in Baghdad, Iraq.

The Giant Voice Mobile units will include 1600-watt high-powered speaker units configured with 400-watt speaker horns. These mobile speaker units are mounted on mobile trailer systems. The siren incorporates ATI’s patented technology of Class D amplifiers and can be remotely accessed by the VHF or UHF radio controller provided with the system. Digitized Voice message boards, solar panels and strobe lights are options in the design of this application. The tone coverage on this system is 120dBC at 100ft.    

ATI has provided Giant Voice and Emergency Warning Systems to US military facilities worldwide. In addition to military applications, systems have been designed for municipalities in regions prone to emergency concerns, including weather, fire, flooding and also man-made disasters.

Emergency Warning and alerting systems must now include Intelligible Voice capabilities as specified in the new DOD Military Document UFC (Unified Facility Criteria 4-021-01) and also the new FEMA guidelines (CPG 1-17) scheduled to be released this year.    

Intelligible Voice, or the ability to provide immediate voice warnings and instructions to a specific population is available thru ATI. This key function can be designed into both newly developed systems and also into applications which integrate to existing or other manufacturers’ siren equipment.

For additional information, visit http://www.atisystem.com, or contact info@atisystem.com.

About Acoustic Technology Inc:

Dr. Ray Bassiouni, a leading expert in acoustic design and warning systems, founded Acoustic Technology Inc. 1981. Dr. Bassiouni has been engaged as an industry consultant to both private and government organizations. Dr. Bassiouni has several publications on the design of warning systems.    

Contact: Sue Bailey (ext 103)

Acoustic Technology Inc.

30 Jeffries Street

East Boston MA 02128

Telephone 617 567 4969

Fax 617 569 2964

http://www.atisystem.com

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