AtHoc to present AtHoc IWSAlerts system at Ramstein Air Base Technology Exposition

Burlingame, Calif., 17 July 2006. AtHoc Inc., provider of net-centric emergency notification systems, has successfully deployed AtHoc installation emergency notification systems (AtHoc IWSAlerts) for the Army and the Air Force. The company will showcase its mass notification systems for installation protection and command and control at the Ramstein Air Base Technology Exposition from July 17 to 19 in Ramstein, Germany. AtHoc will demonstrate its enterprise-class alerting software.

Burlingame, Calif., 17 July 2006. AtHoc Inc., provider of net-centric emergency notification systems, has successfully deployed AtHoc installation emergency notification systems (AtHoc IWSAlerts) for the Army and the Air Force.

Company executives plan to showcase its mass notification system products for installation protection and command and control at the Ramstein Air Base Technology Exposition from July 17 through 19 in Ramstein, Germany. AtHoc will demonstrate its enterprise-class alerting software for warning systems, emergency operations centers, and critical communications.

AtHoc IWSAlerts provides bases with the ability to send alerts to a computer screen, cell phone, or personal digital assistant (PDA) whenever a threat is identified. Threats can range from terror warnings to an approaching tornado.

The alerts, in the form of pop-up windows, describe the potential threat, categorize the threat level, and include instructions for action. An audio alert also automatically sounds over the computer's speakers.

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