At Intersec, we specialise in mass alerting system solutions that put you in control over how you get your messages out to users. From sending out alerts to specific groups of users to sending the message to the entire population, we can help you to ensure your message is heard loud and clear by those that need to hear it.
With the threat landscape constantly evolving and bringing new risks, it is critical that authorities choose a mass alerting system that is compliant with the latest legislation and which provides accurate delivery in a timely manner.
Whether you are looking to replace your existing sirens, radio or TV broadcast functionality or you are deploying a public warning system for the first time, we can work closely with you to ensure you get the best from our mass alerting system solution. From cell broadcast to location based SMS, we offer a range of technologies that allow you to determine who best to send out your alerts and messages.
For example, by using cell broadcast, you can send out an alert to a specific region or the entire population using cell data. Whoever is connected to the mobile phone mast you send your message from will receive the message. Location based SMS offers much more granularity and allows you to benefit from two-way communication or sending messages to specific groups of vulnerable users.
SMS is becoming a very popular and effective method to send public messages. Location based SMS can be configured to message people even after they have left an affected region. This can be particularly useful if you need to tell people to seek follow-up treatment or to quarantine following being present in a particular area.
Our mass alerting system works regardless of the mobile device. So whether users are using 2G, 3G, 4G or 5G handsets, they will receive the message loud and clear. Users are also unable to disable location based SMS alerts on their mobile phones and there is therefore much more chance that the message will be delivered, opened and read. For roaming users, a mass alerting system will also ensure that the message is delivered in the user’s native language.
There is also no need for users to configure their phones in a certain way to receive public warning messages. This gives authorities peace of mind that around 98% of messages sent will arrive on devices as planned.
At Intersec, we offer mass alerting system solutions that ensure the people that need to receive the message receive it fast and in a way that will be read quickly and understood easily. To find out more about our solutions, speak to our team today. We would be delighted to tell you more about the technology and arrange a demo at your convenience. Call us now to get started.