AtHoc to Help Air Force Deploy Emergency Mass Alert Platforms

At-HocAtHoc has been awarded a $7.5 million contract to provide network-wide emergency alert systems for U.S. Air Force installations worldwide.

AtHoc’s mass notification systems are designed to help the military branch’s base personnel to securely send and share emergency alerts in less than 10 minutes and aim to facilitate collaboration among mission partners, regional response teams and joint bases during shooter incidents and natural disasters, the company said Wednesday.

The U.S. Air Forces in Europe, Air Combat Command and Pacific Air Forces are among the military branch’s units to use AtHoc’s networked communication platforms, according to the company.

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