Empowering Schools with Innovative Color-Coded Visual Notifications for Inclusive Learning

June 15, 2023

AtlasIED’s advanced audio and visual notification system provides an inclusive environment for students and faculty members, including those with hearing disabilities, in schools. By assigning color codes to various bell schedules, the system offers distinct visual cues that accompany audible notifications. For example, green is used for the start of class, yellow signals a tardy bell, and a variation of blue indicates the end of class. With AtlasIED’s IP endpoints, both visual flashers and LCD displays change color in sync with these events, ensuring all individuals in the school can distinguish between different bell notifications. This showcases the capability of AtlasIED’s solutions in creating more accessible and accommodating educational environments.

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