Trilithic, the experts in digital Emergency Alert Systems and Statmon Technologies, a broadcast infrastructure technology management and solution provider, have announced a partnership to integrate Trilithic’s EASyCAST Emergency Alert System with Statmon’s Axess management solution.
The integration of these two solutions creates an intuitive management environment to aid in the monitoring and automation of all aspects of EAS. With integrated GUI and decision making to walk users through every step of the process, the enhanced solution provides the greatest ease of use, operational efficiency and flexibility of EAS management from local, regional, or national perspectives.
Ken Dillard, E.V.P. Global Sales and Marketing of Statmon Technologies remarks “the integration and enhanced capabilities of Axess and Trilithic’s EASyCAST give the broadcaster improved centralized monitoring and control capabilities that enhance the timely delivery and monitoring of EAS activities, thus reducing operational expense and adding efficiency”.
Providing the end user with a plethora of options in regard to the presentation of critical data in a format that easily fits end user workflow, AXESS(R) brings an unprecedented level of management along with the highest level of flexibility in the industry. Used by some of the most noteworthy names in broadcasting and telecommunications, these integrated solutions enable broadcasters to improve efficiency and gain greater control over Emergency Alert System messaging with seamless, IP-based EAS solutions.
Trilithic is the leading supplier of EAS equipment and EAS systems and solutions for cable television, satellite, broadcast, and IPTV. With network based EAS receivers, flexible hardware platform, network connectivity for ease of use and flexibility, remote programming and automated compliance software, Trilithic’s IP-based EAS systems provide enhanced efficiency, improved control, and worry-free alert distribution and reporting.
Statmon’s AXESS(R) solution delivers customer-defined data in the framework desired as well as providing for discrete control over individual devices, groups of devices, or third party applications and systems.