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Airtame Partners with Rise Vision on Digital Signage and Emergency Alerts Collab

Hardware-enabled collaboration provider Airtame has boosted its partnership with unified communications software developer Rise Vision to expand K–12 schools’ ability to display emergency alerts and school messaging across Airtame-connected devices, according to a news release.

School leaders can now set Rise Vision emergency alerts to override a screen-sharing session on any or all Airtame devices, strengthening safety measures and communications penetration across classrooms and other school settings, Airtame said.

The partnership — first launched in 2021 allowing schools to use Rise Vision’s digital signage software on Airtame-connected screens — will boost schools’ security profile by allowing the sharing of emergency information on a large scale to improve response time, the companies said.

Rise Vision’s software comes with hundreds of K–12 signage templates for morning announcements, class schedules, event reminders, and wellness supports, as well as self-updating templates such as t’his day in history,’ ‘national day of the week,’ and so forth, according to its website.

With the combined capabilities of Airtame and Rise Vision, districts can use their screens not only for classroom learning but also to improve communication and emergency alert penetration, the companies said. Devices that Rise Vision’s software can cast messages to include interactive displays, projectors, and TVs.

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