What They Needed:
A transit station in Texas had older units from another manufacturer that were failing and unreliable. Because of limited access to wiring and other platform construction concerns – repeated maintenance was not a favorable course of action.
How CASE Responded:
CASE Emergency Systems was able to replace the units with our stainless-steel-bodied E-Phones and provide wireless convenience plus the advantage of CASEAlert monitoring and maintenance technology.
CASE e-Phones offer simple one-button activation of voice connectivity to the local police and emergency dispatch center. The operator can then assess the need and deploy the necessary first responders to the scene.
Units remain active even when power is out – a major advantage during storms.
Cellular units onboard the latest CASE equipment models come 4G ready and will be ahead of the 3G sunset already underway by many cellular carriers.
An optional feature of e-Phones from CASE is public address broadcast – which allows for announcements to be made to the entire network or a portion of the network in case of transportation interruptions.