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Public Address & Voice Alarm

At Magnetic Storm, we design our solutions to the highest standards in order for them to comply with safety regulations, enabling organisations to provide a safe working environment. Procedures, information and instructions are then able to be communicated to personnel and clients at all times.

The Public Address systems allow the broadcasting of announcements and background music in areas such as shopping malls, airports, schools, sports stadiums and theaters.

The importance of voice communications:

The effective evacuation of personnel and customers is an essential and important process. Our voice alarm system enables this to be carried out safely and promptly, ensuring the utmost safety of others. Voice alarm systems provide businesses with real peace of mind, and more importantly a life-saving measure.

Blog
Analogue To Digital 10 July 2017

Businesses are becoming increasingly digitised, and in the boardroom and lecture theatres it's no different, organisations are shifting audiovisual (AV) investments from analogue to digital, and looking at future-proofing their AV investment.

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Frequency Allocation 10 July 2017

United industry front needed to preserve radio frequency allocations for the event industry

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Frequency Allocation

Businesses are becoming increasingly digitised, and in the boardroom and lecture theatres it's no different, organisations are shifting audiovisual (AV) investments from analogue to digital, and looking at future-proofing their AV investment.

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Analogue To Digital

United industry front needed to preserve radio frequency allocations for the event industry

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Behind the scenes at festivals

It’s been a whirlwind of a year with exciting projects, and one of the biggest we’ve had so far was the People’s Port Festival that we concepted and managed on behalf of Transnet National Ports Authority.

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Youth theatre

Magnetic Storm has been supporting youth theatre in Port Elizabeth for over ten years. As we celebrate Youth Day 2017, David Limbert who spearheads work with local schools and community theatre talks about the importance of investing in tech skills for emerging talent.

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