During any emergency situation, people need to be able to receive clear directions that guide them to a safe location. We facilitate overhead paging to multiple locations on a network by deploying VoIP over the existing LAN/WAN and transmitting audio signals as an MP3 data stream over the Ethernet links. Microphones and speakers are treated as elements in the network and are linked semi-permanently by means of the Internet Protocol (IP). To connect the elements in the network, it can simply be done using a mouse and a PC user interface.
Unlike conventional PA systems that require a coaxial cable wired to every speaker you want to send voice to, IP Network voice transmission helps eliminate a lot of cabling, which leads to considerable reduction of installation cost. It also helps us overcome the conventional transmission distance limitation, enabling new ways to use PA systems, which were never possible before.