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ATI Warning Systems


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


  • Homeland Security Alert Requirements for FEMA.
  • NFPA 72.
  • 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.


Typical Case Studies

Key Features

  • Voice – Superior voice intelligibility and clarity using directional speakers to provide critical instructions/messages.
  • Secure – ATI products only use the most secure encryption methods.
  • Reliability – High-efficiency, conformal-coated electronics, with automated self-diagnostics to optimize availability.
  • 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 easy access.
  • Ease of Ownership – Turn-key provider from installation to training, with simplified setup and maintenance.
  • Customization – Countless messaging, power, control and operational options for your specific needs.
  • Power Flexibility – ATI provides site-specific power designs, and can power speaker stations on or off the grid, using alternative power sources such as solar.