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DSC Tech Library

Emergency Alert Systems

Emergency Notification Systems This section of our technical library presents information and documentation relating to Emergency Broadcasting Systems and Disaster Recovery Applications. Should an emergency arise in your community, our 911 broadcast service can deliver large volumes of calls quickly using thousands of phone lines simultaneously. In the event of a blizzard, wild fire or devastating flood, your community can be notified quickly given specific instructions if an evacuation is required using our emergency broadcasting service. If a dangerous chemical spill occurs in your community, you can target specific areas to call. If a severe snow storm hits your area, your community can be notified of school closings or event cancellations.

Emergency Broadcast Network Call Distribution System

Email Notifications

Emergency and non-emergency email notifications are being implemented within DscACS, and there are basically four different classifications of emails, with each configurable to the same or separate designees Emergency failures, emergency traces, non-emergency failures, and non-emergency traces). This permits some distribution of resources based on the critical nature of the notifications.