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Emergency Alert Signage For Educational Environments

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The application of Digital Signage Systems are being integrated into more and more public spaces each year. School districts and higher education campuses want to provide their students with the highest form of safety possible in the event of an emergency. Emergency alerts in educational environments are a powerful and effective way to display current information, immediately. Not only can the alert display information on the emergency, but it can also display the recommended course of action. 

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Integrating Digital Signage and Emergency Notification Systems Seminar Sept. 13, 2012

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Multi-Media Solutions, Inc, video on Integrating Digital Signage and Emergency Notification Systems.

Seminar Sept. 13, 2012

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How to Close Messages

Closing a message removes it from active status and, if archiving has been set up in the Message Editor, sends it to the Archives. Messages that do not have archiving set up will disappear when closed. Closing a message will also stop any additional features of the message, including text or media on signs, signal light flashing, etc. Messages can be closed manually via the Inbox or Stop Active Messages, or automatically via duration or by another message with a command list. There may be limitations to who is allowed to close certain messages, depending on user class and other restrictions.

Inbox:

  • Click on the Inbox tab/
  • Click the checkbox next to the message you want to close.
  • Click the close button.
  • The screen will then refresh.
  • Note: MGR users with access can use the arrow button to navigate to another user's Inbox and follow the steps above to close messages sent to someone else.

    MessageNet Connections Inbox

    Stop Active Messages:

  • Click on the Other Screens tab and select Stop Active Messages.
  • Click the button next to the message you want to close.
  • The screen will refresh.
  • Note: MGR or AMG users can close any active message from the Stop Active Messages screen. Users of any other user class can close only messages that also appear in their Inbox.

    Stop Active Messages

    Duration:

    Messages can be set to close automatically by specifying a duration in the Message Editor. Navigate to the Message Editor (either by clicking on the button next to the message name in the Message Directory, or by clicking Other Screens and selecting Message Editor and using the Message Directory and Message Name fields to select the message

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    Message Editor

  • Use the button next to the Message Duration field to open the Message Duration pop-up window.
  • Enter the hours, minutes, and seconds you would like the message to remain active, and then click OK.
  • Click the check box if you want the option to change the message duration when the message is launched.
  • Click No Expire to have the message active until manually closed by a user or closed by another message.
  • Message Duration

    Command List:

    Messages can be closed by another message, which will require set-up in both the message that will be closed and the message that closes it.

  • First, navigate to the Message Editor for the message that will be closed.
  • In the Label: field, enter an appropriate lab

  • Omni Safety, Security, and Communications All in One

    Recent emergency events such as school shootings have shown that emergency communication systems need to be more than just audio PA because a fire alarm can drown out an audio announcement. An emergency communication system needs to be both text and audio, as well as have cameras and signal lights to be more effective. But putting all of these different types of devices and systems into an organization can be prohibitively expensive. Thats why MessageNet is introducing the new Omni device an all-in-one room appliance that is designed to have all of these features and more in one low-cost, easy-to-install device.

    The Omni comes with built-in flashers, a high-definition LCD screen, speakers, and a camera. It can connect to external devices such as wireless panic buttons via Bluetooth. Its easy to install it mounts on the wall and doesnt require pulled cable because it plugs in with a PoE power injector that plugs into the wall and connects to the network wirelessly, although a wired Ethernet option is available if desired. It can even plug into a dedicated LCD via HDMI to project the contents of the built-in LCD onto a larger screen. The Omni also has a built-in battery backup so that the device can still function for a time in the event of a power loss.

    With the Omni device, organizations can save on both the cost of the device and on the cost of installation while still getting the same features and benefits of the separate communication systems. For more information, visit the Omni web page by clicking here.

    Complete Guide to the User Database Manager

    Complete User Database Manager

    User Directory Navigation

    • Browse: Click to browse a full list of all users
    • Find: To find a user by name, clear out the last name or first name field, enter the appropriate name, then click find. If there are multiple users with that same first or last name, make sure the cursor is in the field that you used to search, then click Next.
    • Previous: Click to navigate to the previous user record the system sorts users alphabetically by either first or last name, depending on which field contains the cursor.
    • Next: Click to navigate to the next user record.
    • Save: Click to save changes to a user record.
    • Save As New: Click to save a new user. Note that the PIN/User ID must be changed to create a new user record.
    • Delete: Click to delete the user record.
    • Clear: Click to clear out all fields.
    • Com Ctrl: Click to navigate to the Comm Control screen. See How to Change Comm Control Preferences.
    • Ctrl List: Click to navigate to the Sys User Database Access List to change which users have access to the User Database Manager.
    • Check Boxes: Next to several fields, there is a check box selecting this check box will allow the user the ability to change that field themselves.
    • Question Mark: The question mark icon will display more information about the field its next to if you mouse over it.

    User Directory by Field

      The required fields to create a new user are: Last Name, First Name, Directory, PIN/User ID, Password, Sign Group, and Class.

    • Last Name: This is the users last name.
    • First Name: This is the users first name.
    • Initial: Enter an initial if the user has the same name as another to differentiate.
    • Directory: Select a Message Directory to be the users default directory. This will be the directory that automatically loads when the user clicks on the Message Dir tab.
    • PIN/User ID: This is the users unique ID, which is used to log in to the MessageNet system.
    • Password: Enter the users password, which will be used to log in to the MessageNet system. Note that if a user forgets their password, for security reasons, MessageNet Support staff cannot reset the password. That must be done by the on-site system administrator.
    • Courtesy Title: Select the courtesy title for the user. This does affect the Gender field if Ms. is selected here, Male cannot be selected for Gender.
    • Sign Group: If the user has a sign or other public device that can be used to contact the user, select its sign group here. Because this is a required field, if the user has no sign group, select No Signs.
    • Class: Select the user&#82

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    Your Emergency Digital Signage Is Worthless

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    Especially if it cannot alert people as fast as Twitter.

    You are wasting money on Digital Signage Software that claims to alert and update screens "within minutes". It takes SECONDS for emergency situations to happen and escalate.

    Does your Emergency Digital Signage software have the speed of Twitter? Does your Emergency Digital Signage software have the reach of Twitter? Does your Digital Signage software allow you to integrate Twitter? If not, you may want to rethink using your digital signage as part of your Emergency Alert System.

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