Community Warning Systems

Public Alert Systems

Modern Emergency Management


Communication is one of the most critical factors in saving lives and minimizing injuries in any emergency situation, both from natural events, such as tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, and tsunamis, and from man-made accidents and threats. Effective and efficient notification systems provide essential alert and warning capabilities for preparedness and planning.

Communication is one of the most critical factors in saving lives and minimizing injuries in any emergency situation.

Solutions range from high-power outdoor speakers to fully integrated comprehensive regional alerting by simultaneous telephone, email, internet and audio/visual notifications. ATI’s systems provide compliance with the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Association regulations, helping communities to achieve their goals in emergency planning, response and preparedness.

Reliable Communication


  • Severe Weather Warning
  • All-Hazard Events
  • Tsunami Warning
  • Hurricanes
  • Floods/Down Stream Warning
  • Tornadoes, earthquakes, wildfire, releases of deadly gas
  • Terrorist attacks
  • Border checkpoints, airports, ports, train stations (transportation hubs)
  • Parks and zoos
  • Stadiums and arenas

System Reliability


ATI works with emergency management personnel to design systems that provide the proper acoustical coverage and alerting capabilities. Our engineers and consultants can help to implement a new system or upgrade your existing system, and make recommendations for improving sound coverage and system reliability
ATI helps emergency planners implement public alert systems as part of emergency response programs needed for:

  • Homeland Security Alert Requirements for FEMA
  • The Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) of SARA, Title III
  • Chemical Manufacturer’s Association Community Awareness and Emergency Response (CAER) Program
  • Risk Management Programs (RMPs) of EPAs Clean Air Act (CAA), Section 112(r)
  • Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) and State Emergency Response Commissions (SERCs)
  • Preparation and Evaluation of Emergency Response Plans and Preparedness for NRC

Market Leading

Key Features

  • Voice – Superior voice intelligibility and clarity using directional speakers to provide critical instruction and message capability
  • Reliability – High-efficiency, conformal-coated electronics, with automated self-diagnostics to keep components ready to go
  • Redundancy – Designed with multiple redundant and backup mechanisms to ensure performance and operation
  • Scalability – Modular system design allows for complete flexibility in purchasing and long-term planning
  • Robustness – Fixed and mobile speakers, strobes, gates, signs, pagers, email, telephone and network alerting
  • Versatility – Control centers, push buttons, pull switches, remote controls and sensors provide quick and simple access
  • Ease of Ownership – Turn-key provider from installation to training, with easy-to-maintain setup and serviceability
  • Customization – Countless messaging, power, control and operational options for your specific needs
  • Flexibility – ATI Provides site specific power designs and the ability to power speaker stations on and off the grid. Stations can easily be powered by alternative power source such as solar

When lives are at stake, every second counts





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