CORPORATE SECURITY

Scanner radios are used by large and high-value corporations, law firms, hospitals, colleges, school systems, sports venues and any number of companies and agencies to keep abreast of myriad types of important and emergency situations:
  •   Severe Weather
  •   Blackouts
  •   Traffic jams
  •   Wildfires
  •   Strikes and riots
  •   Terror Alerts
  •   Earthquakes
  •   Disasters
  •   Nearby crime
Corporate security and emergency management staffers of any company or agency will find Rangecast an easy-to-use but uniquely powerful means of staying on top of emergency situations, live as they happen, by simply clicking on a browser.

Regional or national corporations may listen to Rangecast scanners located at all their satellite offices to stay tuned to events happening at or around one particular office or at all their offices.

With Rangecast you can listen to the internal corporate security channel at your offices around the country or around the world as well as the local police and fire departments, weather channels and other emergency channels in the jurisdictions in which your offices are located.


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Note:  The Rangecast player on this unrestricted demonstration page presents delayed audio, which is not sufficient for professional applications. Professional customers have access to a live feed.  As with any network service, Rangecast cannot guarantee 100% uptime.  For mission-critical applications, we will work with your IT department to minimize risk.
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This demonstration player features public safety communications from Massachusetts, delayed by one hour..