Emergency Notification Survey Results Presented by Metis Secure and a Panel of Distinguished Universities

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Carnegie Mellon University, University of Louisville, University of Texas - Austin and Metis Secure will discuss the findings of an emergency notification survey during CSHEMA July 18-20, 2011. Metis Secure will be demonstrating their integrated emergency notification solution at the show.

46% of emergency managers are very confident in their ability to reach people on campus with emergency warnings.

Metis Secure Solutions, an innovator of precision emergency notification systems, will be presenting and exhibiting at the Campus Safety Health and Environmental Managers Association (CSHEMA) Annual Conference in Minneapolis, MN, July 18-19, 2011. During the conference, leaders from all four organizations, Metis Secure Solutions, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Louisville and University of Texas - Austin will discuss the findings of an emergency notification survey distributed to Environmental Health and Safety managers, University Police, and other Public Safety officials from universities across the country. One key finding from the results shows that 46% of respondents are very confident in their ability to reach people with emergency warnings and 49% are somewhat confident. Hear the rest of the results during the session.

Layers of Communication: Success and Confidences

July 18, 2011
2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Minneapolis Marriott City Center

The Metis Secure solution provides ultra-reliable two-way indoor and outdoor emergency notification delivered in seconds, and can also integrate with existing emergency notification layers such as cell phone/text messaging, IP phones, outdoor loudspeakers, fire alarm systems, PA systems, etc. The Command Center software is the dashboard for the integrated system. It displays a campus map and floor plans of all buildings, visually depicts the specific locations of notification endpoints, as well as emergency response tools such as AEDs. The recently announced MS-6100 Emergency Help Station, a hardened alerting device, for use in outdoor parks, the outside of buildings, parking garages and extreme environments will also be on display.

All attendees are encouraged to attend the interactive presentation session and stop by Metis Secure the booth for a demo and chance to open the Metis Secure Treasure Chest of Emergency Preparedness Knowledge.

About Metis Secure Solutions
Metis Secure Solutions develops an innovative platform that is revolutionizing the way emergency warnings are managed on college campuses, government facilities and in commercial businesses. This unique integrated hardware/software system delivers and receives critical information to and from people in targeted locations during times of emergency. The system can operate independent of telephones, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Internet and power, so it is the last line of communication when all other systems fail. A video demonstration of the Metis Secure system can be found at http://www.metissecure.com.


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