Our vision is to replace every antiquated wall mounted fire alarm with a two-way voice emergency help station using PoE technology. Howard Ryan, CEO Metis Secure Solutions.
CHATHAM, N.J. (PRWEB) November 11, 2018
Metis Secure Solutions, a leading manufacturer of IP-based in-building and outdoor 2-Way Notification Beacon™ solutions today announced that it will be unveiling Active Shooter Emergency Help Stations at ISC East – the largest annual Northeast U.S. Security Convention. Metis Secure Solutions will be available at booth 613.
The ISC East show will take place on November 14th – 15th at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.
Attendees will be able to see first-hand how Emergency Help Stations improve safety at facilities. Metis Secure provides a new comprehensive approach to enhance both security and response during an active shooter event.
“It has been over 60 years since we have lost students due to a fire in U.S. schools thanks to wall mounted fire alarms. Break the glass….press the button. However now, location-based services change how we save lives. When lives are at stake, seconds count. Location-based services provide actionable intelligence real-time. Over 90% of our schools nationwide do not have an alert system that leverages location-based services or panic buttons properly if at all and that extends to public areas and businesses where large crowds attend events. Our vision is to replace every antiquated wall mounted fire alarm with a two-way voice emergency help station using PoE technology” Howard Ryan, CEO Metis Secure Solutions.
About Metis Secure Solutions: http://www.metissecure.com
Metis Secure develops advanced emergency communications and notification systems that help organizations respond to emergencies much more rapidly and effectively. Metis Secure clients include manufacturing and research facilities, universities and schools, commercial office buildings, large parking garages, and others. In a crisis, fast, effective emergency communications can make the difference between a relatively contained event and a major catastrophe that includes multiple injuries or loss of life, destruction of assets, and a public relations disaster.