How Texas A&M’s Integrated Mass Notification System Works

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Texas A&M University (TAMU) in College Station, Texas, is one of the nation’s largest colleges, with more than 700 buildings on its main 5,000-acre campus, making the implementation of an emergency response system that alerts the campus’ entire population a challenge.

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