We see a strong demand from our customers and the market to alert the public using TV and radio in addition to new media age technologies such as cell broadcast, Smartphones and Social Networks.
Riga, Latvia (PRWEB) April 16, 2012
eVigilo Ltd., the leader and pioneer in geo-targeted mass notification systems, today introduced TV and radio as complementing alert and notification solution to the existing technologies adopted by its customers such as cell broadcast, mobile push notification, SMS, IVR, billboards, sirens and others.
Radio and TV, as a mass media channel, will allow the authorities to burst into ongoing TV and radio broadcasts in order to alert the population in case of emergencies. TV and radio are considered as complementing methods to other channels such as cell broadcast, sirens etc.
Subject to network support TV and radio alerts can be sent both in national broadcast as well as geo-targeted to specific population.
eVigilo CEO Guy Weiss has said, “We see a strong demand from our customers and the market to alert the public using TV and radio in addition to new media age technologies such as cell broadcast, Smartphones and Social Networks. These channels are going hand in hand with eVigilo’s and our clients’ vision for a multi-channel alert and notification system.”
In March 2012 the eVigilo TV and radio components were already demonstrated successfully to the Chilean government as the logical extension of eVigilo’s existing mass alert and notification system, which was deployed in Chile back in 2011.
eVigilo designs and develops the industry’s only fully-integrated mass alert platform that can reach millions of people in just seconds, to substantially improve personal safety and save lives. Supporting communication between multiple alert channels, eVigilo line of products are both holistic and flexible alert platforms. eVigilo provides the world’s first solution for mass alert systems that is used both by governments, homeland security agencies as well as municipalities and industrial organizations in national coverage and across vast choice of communication technologies and devices. For more information please visit http://www.evigilo.net