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In this Product Spotlight, MAD Elevator offers MosaicONE, a system that brings any elevator’s communications up to date.

With the increasing implementation of A17.1 2019 and IBC 2018 code requirements, building owners are finding themselves in need of full compliance in their elevators’ communications systems. For these owners, MAD Elevator offers MosaicONE VMS, a solution that provides video, audio and text emergency communications between monitoring locations and elevator passengers. With MosaicONE VMS, any elevator’s management system can be accessed by different parties at the same time. For example, contractors can use it for installations, testing and maintenance, all from a web browser, while building and campus owners can provide access to their 24/7 security teams monitoring multiple buildings. These role-based permissions provide seamless security on an encrypted platform with two-factor authentication to guarantee access only to authorized personnel. MosaicONE works for any customer or industry, ranging from condo buildings and university campuses to airports and hospitals. It works with an elevator’s existing phone system, and is delivered fully prewired, so installation takes only a few hours per car and a few minutes to set up. Automatic configuration eliminates any potential IT issues, and the MosaicONE Cloud allows for all tech support and administration to be handled remotely. Owners can manage their own role-based user logins for their administrators, field technicians and monitoring-center users, and can change access with a click of a button. This allows the owner to change third-party monitoring centers without compromising security.

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Users make emergency calls

To avoid unnecessary components that take up space or increase costs, MosaicONE VMS lets the building owner keep its COP design and use the position indicator (PI) as the messaging screen. This design allows the function of three screens — the PI, the messaging screen and a digital signage screen — to be combined into one functional unit. 

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