Product Ranges
Access Control, Building Automation
Contact Us
  • Siemens Building Technologies

  • Country: Switzerland
  • City: Zug
  • Address: Siemens Schweiz AG, Industry Sector, Building Technologies Division, International Headquarters, Gubelstrasse 22, CH-6301 Zug
  • Contact Person: Rika Lehmann
Key Specifications
Desigo Mass Notification is an efficient and flexible application that uses today’s most common communication technologies to provide notification functionalities to the Desigo CCTM building management platform ensuring that your message gets through to the right people.

Due to the Desigo Mass Notification system - in case of an emergency event – an incident event can easily be activated using internal and external triggers while the system provides divers supports like easy buttons, a dial-in, serial and digital inputs. Afterwards it can be chosen between multimodal notification methods such as text, audio, text-to-speech, pre-recorded messages, etc. and selected target specific zones, individuals, groups or devices. As a final step the operator can distribute targeted messages with multiple layers of communication – for example desktop messaging, facebook/twitter, SMS/text messages, signage - to reach all the people, no matter where they are and what they are doing.

• Easy-to-use, efficient and reliable emergency communication making sure to get your message through

• For a single building or a large campus – all the right tools provided and ensuring response to any situation with an appropriate message

• Making the most of your existing infrastructure by ensuring a high return on your investment

• Support to increase the overall process efficiency of your organization

Siemens Desigo Mass Notification
Other Products
Siemens Cerberus PACE Public Address and Voice Alarm System
Siemens Climatix C600 HVAC controllers
Siemens Location-Based Service
Siemens Cerberus FIT FC360 Fire Control Panel
Siemens Siveillance VMS 300
Siemens APOGEE Building Automation System
Siemens Desigo Mass Notification
1 of 5