An emergency mass notification company is planning its move to Baltimore with hundreds of jobs in tow.
Alertus Technologies announced last year that it purchased a 40,000 square-foot building at 10 N. Charles Street, where it plans to move its existing workforce and add over 100 new jobs. The company's new location will become the Alertus Center for Intelligent Buildings, featuring the industry’s leading systems for security, life safety, and more.
This expansion will allow Alertus to expand its presence in Maryland, and also showcase its smart building technologies surrounding surveillance, intrusion detection, mass notifications, access control, and fire systems. More than 1,000 organizations around the world have implemented Alertus’ systems for emergency situations such as weather events, bomb threats, shooting incidents, and chemical spills.
“We are proud to continue Alertus’ growth in Maryland and invest in transforming this landmark building into a concept building of the future,” said Jason Volk, CEO of Alertus Technologies. “The new Center for Intelligent Buildings will demonstrate the possibilities for integrating historically disparate systems into a critical incident ecosystem to protect people and assets during an active shooter incident, tornado, and other threats."