Alarm Control System (ACS)

Scalable – from small systems with a few critical alarms to large installations with thousands of alarms from many sources.

The Alarm Control System (ACS) is a platform that improves efficiency at workplaces or industries by ensuring alarms are handled quickly and by notifying appropriate staff via their smartphones, PC’s or other wireless devices like guard radios.

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Alarm Control System (ACS)

Scalable – from small systems with a few critical alarms to large installations with thousands of alarms from many sources.

The Alarm Control System (ACS) is a platform that improves efficiency at workplaces or industries by ensuring alarms are handled quickly and by notifying appropriate staff via their smartphones, PC’s or other wireless devices like guard radios.

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Key Features

Staff Safety

Many organisations around the globe are using the ACS add-on modules for monitoring the well-being of their staff.

Real Time Positioning Of Staff

The ACS integrates with the ZONITH Real Time Location System (RTLS) to add indoor positioning and outdoor GPS positioning of staff. The RTLS saves lives by providing real-time information about the location of people in need, giving rescuers a tool for the quick response.

Wireless Panic Alerting and Positioning

ZONITH Bluetooth ID Badge based panic button provide a quick, cheap and convenient way to summon help in dangerous situations. From reception desks to security checkpoints, classrooms & mobile devices, ZONITH’s wireless Bluetooth ID Badge panic buttons keep employees connected and safe. In addition to the panic alerting, the buttons are positioned in real-time using the RTLS functionality.

Lone-Worker Protection

The ZONITH Lone-Worker protection function periodically pings workers to verify their well-being. When a worker fails to respond to an ‘Are you OK’ message, an alarm is raised notifying the response team. Lone-Worker protection can be activated when a geo-fence is crossed using the RTLS system mentioned above. For example, if a staff member enters an unsafe area like a boiler room, the Lone-Worker function can automatically be enabled. When they return to the safe area like the break room, the Lone-Worker protection is disabled.

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