See What MessageNet Connections Can Do For You

MessageNet systems has worked with clients in a wide range of fields, including education, manufacturing, security, defense, medical, and government. View our videos to see how MessageNet Connections has integrated into one system the public and private communications and everyday and emergency communications of various organizations.

Industrial Manufacturing Environments

A large automotive parts manufacturing facility in the Midwest has utilized MessageNet to solve the challenges they face with communications. The environment is large and can be very noisy, making it difficult to convey both everyday and emergency communications to the staff and associates.

Our Connections solution has provided a visual and auditory solution to address this need. The facility has taken advantage of Connections’ ability to connect to fire panels in order to further automate and simplify emergency communications. In the near future, they plan to also take advantage of Connections’ scalability and expand it to connect to their phone system; and that will enable them to further simplify their everyday communications needs – all in a unified manner.

Case Study:
Redefining Campus Communications
Ivy Tech Community College – Lafayette, IN

A university purchased our system for the delivery of information and messages to students using LCD displays for PowerPoint information of campus events, special classes offered or any emergency messages such as tornado, fire, intruder on campus, etc. Our PC-Alert software (which pops scrolling messages up on a computer screen) is being used by the staff for internal delivery of staff meeting, and emergency alerts.


Case Study:
Equal Access to Information at Mississippi School for the Deaf – Jackson, MS

A K-12 installation at Mississippi School for the Deaf is using our LCD displays in classrooms as an everyday teaching tool (using such things as PowerPoints); but the system also has the ability to be interrupted for any emergency alerts. For example, when a fire alarm is pulled, the LCD display will override any current message that may be showing, and can display the correct evacuation route.

The LCD displays are also being used in the gymnasiums, cafeteria and auditorium. Additionally, small cameras are being used in each classroom to allow security personnel or administrators to see when any disruptions may be taking place, and to assist in reviews of students without being present to disrupt class.

Also in use are smaller LED signs in each classroom and hallways for the display of synchronized time and class change notifications. It’s all about equal access to information for both everyday and emergency applications.