G2 Visual Alerts, an instant, takeover communications system, earned gold in the best K–12 “Emergency Communication” category
Galaxy Next Generation, Inc. (OTCQB:GAXY) (“Galaxy” or the “Company”), a technology provider enabling seamless environments for school communities, is thrilled to announce that G2 Visual Alerts won a K–12 2021 New Product Award from Spaces4Learning.
Spaces4Learning’s New Product Award program honors the outstanding product development achievements of manufacturers and suppliers whose products or services are particularly noteworthy in their ability to enhance the learning environment. A panel of judges from the industry selected this year’s winners.
G2 Visual Alerts overtakes the screen of any enrolled device to send instant communications anytime and anywhere. From an internet-ready or mobile device, administrators can initiate text, image, and video messages to devices in the ecosystem within a matter of seconds.
“It speaks volumes for the only communications system of its kind to win this trusted K–12 industry awards program,” said Gary LeCroy, Chief Executive Officer of Galaxy. “We’ve designed G2 Visual Alerts to meet the immediate needs of school administrators this upcoming school year. I’m pleased that the panel of judges recognized what we’ve done to keep learning communities connected with instant alerts.”
Powering G2 Visual Alerts, the G2 Communicator application displays visual and video messages on the screens of PC, Mac, Chromebook, mobile, or interactive flat panel devices and is compatible with Android, Linux, Mac OS, Windows, and Chrome operating systems. G2 Visual Alerts can reach devices enrolled in different environments with real-time text, image, and video communications.
“This year’s New Product Award competition drew a unique mixture of solutions for K–12 and higher education, from products designed to protect the health and safety of students, faculty and staff to tools designed to enhance teaching and learning, whether in-person or remote,” added David Nagel, editorial director of Spaces4Learning.