Our expertise in acoustic design allows us effectively position our system components in the field. ATI offers a variety of acoustic design services such as prediction of background noise levels, the influence of structures and topography on sound propagation, as well as full analysis of existing emergency systems. ATI Systems delivers mass notification systems with superior acoustic coverage and intelligibility.
We manufacture our own products in our Boston, Massachusetts, USA headquarters and can customize each system with a broad range of communication and control capabilities. Our expertise in redundant system design, wireless communication, backup power systems, existing system integration and diagnostic monitoring produces a reliable, field-tested final product.
We recognize that in an emergency, multiple methods of notification can save lives. We can seamlessly integrate with other existing notification systems, including emergency text messages, telephone alerts, email and desktop alerts.
For over 30 years, ATI Systems has been known for its reliability and quality assurance, its industry-leading voice intelligibility and message storage ability, and its competitive pricing. Notable clients include North Carolina State University, Washington State University, the World Trade Center, the City of San Francisco, the Chevron Products Refinery, Indian Point Energy Center, Eglin Air Force Base and Groton Naval Base.
The modular design of ATI's equipment is easy to use, operate and maintain which will provide the customer with significant savings during the system's lifetime.
ATI's system architecture is built with the future in mind. Our system hardware and software is modular in design and can be expanded or modified by the end user to accommodate additional equipment into the system.
ATI equipment is built to meet the applicable government requirements and industry standards in the most cost-effective manner.
ATI Systems are designed to utilize existing communications infrastructure. We interface to an unlimited numbers of VHF/UHF radio systems, conventional and trunked, from many manufacturers such as Motorola, TAIT, Ericsson/GE, and Kenwood, among others. ATI also uses several methods for digital communication such as Ethernet, fiber optics, cellular modems, wireless mesh, microwave and satellite.