AtlasIED is a technology company providing schools with solutions that improve daily communications, critical alerts, and assist in achieving successful student outcomes. We understand the challenges facing K-12 schools and districts and can provide the solutions to solve those problems. Whether your school needs a new PA or paging system, improved acoustics in large or loud classrooms, upgraded intercom, or a completely updated and compliant emergency communications network, AtlasIED offers the hardware, software, and expertise to help school administrators, technologists, and security leaders create better, safer schools.
Inside the classroom, within a whole building, or throughout an entire campus, AtlasIED communication technologies create an effective, safe, and secure environment. Daily communications systems such as Unified Communications / VoIP call platforms, intercom, public address, paging, digital signage, and even voice lift in the classroom become more capable, reliable, and effective with the ability to integrate with emergency and life safety systems used in schools such as fire alarm, security, gunshot detection, and access control.
Typical daily communications such as morning and afternoon announcements, safety drills, bell schedules, VoIP paging, and All Calls can become more effective and efficient with features like live and pre-recorded messages, color-coded visual notifications, handsfree 2-way talkback, and more.
Integration with fire, security, access control, and other safety systems can ensure emergency preparedness plans are executed. Automation can trigger a variety of communications, providing calm and effective instructions during high stress situations such as lockdowns, fire alarms, severe weather, and medical emergencies.
Voice lift systems, or “amplified classrooms,” use traditional audio components such as a microphone, amplifier, and speakers to amplify a teacher’s voice. These systems offer higher intelligibility and improve overall coverage so students can hear the instructor regardless of where they are seated.
Analog audio systems typically used for background music, live events, and public address in multi-purpose rooms, auditoriums, gymnasiums, cafetoriums, sports fields, and parking lots can be integrated with network based, VoIP, or digital audio systems as part of a unified communications ecosystem and can be leveraged during emergency and non-emergency situations.
As the decades-old PA system at Genesee Valley School District’s K-12 building continued to struggle, technology director, Jeff LaBenne began looking for a replacementView Case Study
SVT Technology Services and Solutions chose AtlasIED products for upgrading the sound systems across Forest Hills Public Schools District in Grand Rapids, Michigan.View Case Study
The audio system at Alexandria Senior High School’s 3,000-seat football stadium did not have the horsepower, coverage, or full range of frequencies to provide spectators with a quality experience.View Case Study
Johnson County Community College chose GLOBALCOM®.IP to manage daily announcements and emergency notifications to as many as 15,000 students across a 400 acre campus with more than 20 buildings.View Case Study
Freeport High School required a system upgrade for better game time audio performance. They wanted a system with excellent sound reinforcement with aesthetically pleasing components.View Case Study