Project Description

Displaying Alarms

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Displaying the alarms that occur is of vital importance for any response.

The purpose of displaying alarms is to notify employees of an alarm immediately, efficiently and in cleartext. ZONITH provides a number of different ways to display alarms. This can range from one screen in security control room to
hundreds of PC’s on a University campus, receiving mass notication alarms.

Smartphone App

Alarms can be shown on SmartPhones via the ZONITH App. Within the App, it is also possible to inspect and manage the alarms that arise.

The App works on both Android phones and iPhones. In addition to the alarm text, vibration patterns and alerting sounds can be enabled.

The App also has a panic button for raising alarms whenever a distress situation occurs. A self-test button on the app ensures that the alarms are being received.

Desktop Alarm Pop-Up

The Windows Desktop Alarm Pop-Up allows for immediate mass-notification alarms on any Windows PC.

The alarm notification will pop-up on the PC screens automatically, overriding any other document or task being worked on at the time. With the Windows Alarm Pop-Up, people in offices or behind desks will be notified about emergency situations and how they should react.

Wall-mounted Display

Tablets mounted on the walls inside a facility can display alert messages whenever emergency situations occur. This option provides an added layer of security since employees can be notified if there is indeed an emergency, even if they are not in front of their PC, or if their Smartphone is not close at hand.

Interactive Alarm And Floorplan Display

The Interactive Alarm Display shows alarm statuses on PC monitors. The monitor can be located on the wall of the office or in a security room providing an easy, visual representation of alarms. Alarms can also be accepted, closed and cancelled, depending on the situation.

A combined indoor floorplan display and geographical map display show the exact location of any employee no matter if he or she is inside or outside. When a panic alarm is raised, the location of the distress situation is highlighted with red shading.