US Selects AtHoc to Deploy Alert System in Fort Bliss

16 July 2009 (Last Updated July 16th, 2009 18:30)

The US Army has selected AtHoc, an emergency notification systems maker, to deploy a network-centric emergency alerting system in the army’s Fort Bliss centre, Texas. The IWSAlerts IP-based mass notification system will enable the command to deliver emergency alerts through multiple dev

The US Army has selected AtHoc, an emergency notification systems maker, to deploy a network-centric emergency alerting system in the army’s Fort Bliss centre, Texas.

The IWSAlerts IP-based mass notification system will enable the command to deliver emergency alerts through multiple devices such as computers, mobile and landline phones, and the fort’s public address system through a unified web console.

The deployment of the alert system is part of third -generation mass notification technology upgrade by the Department of Defense.

The system will provide emergency mass notification to more than 7,500 personnel and also receive feedback on their status.