The Voice of Alert On Campus
The Schulmerich g5® Digital Carillon can play a role beyond just playing music. When configured for campus alert functionality, the g5® can become the voice of direction on your organization’s campus. Capabilities include sirens, voice commands and live microphone use to provide automatic or custom announcements for a wide range of emergency conditions such as active shooters or severe weather.
The Schulmerich® Carillon Campus Alert™ system enables educational institutions to reach students, staff and faculty who have opted out of emergency text messaging or email systems, or who may not be near their phone or computer. It also helps to ensure that parents, visitors, contractors, community residents, and others are made aware of danger.
Sample Emergency Alerts
Customization and Remote Capability
Equipped with the latest networking technology, the Carillon Campus Alert™ can be integrated into your institution’s computer network and activated from any official security computer on campus. You have the option of activating any of the pre-programmed warnings or record custom announcements of your own.
You will also benefit from:
- Warning signals and sirens
- More than 30 digital voice commands
- Live commands via microphone announcements
- Multiple activation points from remote computers
- Multiple satellite speaker locations
- Connect campuses up to five miles apart through telephone wire or fiber optics
More Functionality and Creativity
Even though the primary design of the Schulmerich g5® Carillon Campus Alert™ is to provide a voice of warning and direction on campus, it can be used for many other useful purposes. You can remind students of upcoming activities and events by recording custom announcements and scheduling them to play at certain times of the day. You can broadcast announcements or directions during freshman orientation or keep the campus community updated on sports scores. There are hundreds of uses that can turn your Electronic Carillon into an integral part of your every day academic and administrative operations.