Military Facilities


When you think about preventing unauthorized access to classified or sensitive information, you first think about securing documents and computers. But the threat of verbal communications being compromised by both eavesdropping and electronic espionage is very real. Sound masking can play a critical role in neutralizing that threat.

Other benefits? Reduced noise disruption, improved productivity, and increased facility flexibility—all these can be realized with the right sound masking system.

Most importantly, contractors installing the LogiSon® Acoustic Network at the beginning of a build can considerably reduce project costs—even while meeting the directives specified in the US Government’s Physical Standards for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF) Annex E, “Acoustical Control and Sound Masking Techniques.”

 

 

Military Facilities

Learn More

To learn more, download our two-page introduction to “Sound Masking for Military Facilities.”

Military Facilities Case Study

United States Army Medical Information Technology Center
San Antonio, Texas

The U.S. Army Medical Information Technology Center (USAMITC) is the information technology execution arm of the Army Medical Department (AMEDD), providing complete lifecycle management support for AMEDD, the Military Health System and other government clients. The work USAMITC does enables the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) to provide the best healthcare possible for U.S. soldiers.

In 2003, the USAMITC facility was remodeled—with several different divisions located within close proximity on the two main floors of the building. Privacy became an issue.

The LogiSon® Acoustic Network was installed on all three floors of the facility, aiding in achieving the privacy required between divisions. But because it also functions as a paging system, the LogiSon® Network provided USAMITC with immediate priority page notification capabilities in all areas of the building.

Partial client list

  • Army Research Labs, Aberdeen Proving Grounds
  • Department of National Defense and Canadian Forces
  • United States Naval Supply Center
  • United States Air Force
  • United States Secretary of Defense