Expressly for special events or
emergencies, Radio Express is a noncommercial radio
information service that can broadcast event schedules,
instructions, directions, rules/safety/parking and traffic info as well as
live programming to attendees as far away as 5 miles.
Listeners pick up the radio signal on their car radios or
onsite on personal receivers.
Radio Express can be a convenience or a lifesaver. If the
event is affected by bad weather or an emergency, Radio
Express can be the primary means of communication with
patrons, orchestrating an orderly evacuation from parking
areas, should it be necessary.
Radio Express is a complete, licensed radio system with 3-5
mile range and is designed to be weatherproof. It has a
quick-erect stand and antenna system that allows event
personnel to set up quickly.
Portable signs announcing the signal are available, too.
ISS provides technical support and can even include
prerecorded messages by professional announcers and/or
technical/talent to operate the service for your event.
Radio Express and associated services are available by the
week or by the month in all 50 states.
The Information Station is the most
installed, most versatile and best overall value for general advisory
radio purposes. Broadcast informational messages over a 25-75 square mile
(3-5 mile radius) area, i.e., interpretive overviews, directions,
schedules of events, rules and regulations, emergency instructions.
Options include . . .
* Telephone- or computer-controlled audio.
* A variety of antenna mounting styles.
* Professional recording services.
* Customizable signs to announce the station(s) to motorists
Designed for public health emergencies, RadioSTAT is a noncommercial,
information station used to broadcast live or recorded
instructions directly to the public. RadioSTAT can be used as the primary means of
dissemination of public information during emergencies and their aftermaths.
RadioSTAT's ready-to-go design includes a quick-erect
antenna system and all electronics in a standard
weather-resistant (Pelican) case.
Listeners pick up the radio signal on vehicle radios
or personal receivers. Portable FASTrack road signs direct
them to the appropriate frequencies to tune to.
Each RadioSTAT station covers a 25-75
square-mile area (3-5 mile radius range).
ISS provides technical support and prerecorded messages by professional announcers to help you operate.