Emergency Notification

The ClearPix ENS is the most effective critical incident notification system on the market. Utilizing existing radio infrastructure, it is the fastest way to contact law enforcement and other first-responders in an emergency when lives are at stake and seconds count.

At the start of a critical incident, the time it takes to communicate with the first-responders who are closest to the scene can make all the difference in the world. The ClearPix ENS instantly transmits detailed messages directly to law enforcement officers and other first-responders using the existing radio infrastructure. The system can utilize up to four independent frequencies either simultaneously or independently depending on your needs. Instead of waiting for a dispatcher or call center operator to process the alarm, your call for help can go directly to first-responders drastically reducing response time. Combine this powerful feature set with scheduling/rules, and other notification methods such as email and SMS for instant notification.

  • Transmits unique, detailed messages to all hand-held radios and base stations in the radio network
  • Notifications can also be sent via email/SMS
  • Messages are easily added or modified
  • Supports a wide variety of sensors including: panic buttons, tilt switches, trip beams, temperature sensors, contacts and motion detectors
  • Third party integration available upon request
  • Compatible with VHF, UHF, 800 MHz, digital trunking, or any other commercially available frequency
  • Battery backup included

Our IP devices deliver effective visual and audio notifications for any facility.


Schools use IP devices for bell scheduling, paging, and two-way intercom.

  • Alerts and scrolling messages keep students informed and on schedule.
  • Emergency alerts and instructions for safety and security.
  • Administrators stay connected with the classroom teachers via intercom.
  • Peripherals and SIP integration enable instant lockdown of doors and a call to authorities with a push of a button.


Hospitals and assisted living facilities use IP devices to inform staff, communicate with patients, and plan for emergencies, including audio and visual code alerts.

Retail and Public Facilities

Public facilities use IP devices for promotional messaging, paging, and enhancing the audio environment with sound masking or background music.

Corporate Environment

Offices use IP devices to keep employees informed, expand the reach of a SIP or VoIP phone paging system, or enhance the audio environment with sound masking or background music.

Industrial Facilities

Warehouses and manufacturing companies use IP devices for process-dependent alert messaging, security monitoring, and emergency planning.