Designed to get both internal (building leaders) and external (paramedics) emergency responders to a person in need faster. Typically placed in areas with the potential for higher risk of medical emergencies – lunch areas, manufacturing production areas, gyms, nurse offices, etc. – these devices alert a group of people in the building of the location of a problem and provides paramedics with specific location information to speed them to the exact spot of an emergency.
Command & Control
Swift, Informed Decisions:
We met with emergency responders throughout the country and asked: What tools would be most beneficial to improving response? We learned what was truly valuable and what wasn’t. Combined with the commitment to keeping our solution simple and intuitive, we provide critical information delivered quickly, securely, and intuitively. Our Command & Control communication portal equips both emergency responders and building occupants to make more informed decisions faster. Access to this information is unhindered during a crisis, and protected during normal times. Some of the key features include:
Not only will people receive notification and instruction from the command group, they can also respond to the command group with more information: pictures, their location, injuries, etc. This communication is based in the very familiar and simple text and email mechanisms people use every day, not a special app they are unlikely to find or use effectively in a panic.
Visual Point Identification:
A map of the facility, clearly indicating the location of the activated pull station, advises where in a facility the incident started. This is critical for emergency responders, building leaders, and designated employees. This data intuitively empowers people with actionable information for saving their own life and the lives of those around them.
Security Camera Feeds:
Our solution makes live camera feeds available to first responders and building leaders in a way that is organized and easily understood—crucial for all responders. Instead of using cameras to look at what happened in the past, we make them a critical tool to learn what is happening in the moment.
Location & Reunification:
People can report their location, and—during the crisis only—have their location tracked. This allows emergency responders to see where people are, where they are moving to, and where they are moving from. It also provides a means for people to respond with their status (“I’m okay” or “Need help”) so emergency responders can get a quicker handle on the severity of the situation. Lastly, it enables building leaders to more quickly account for their people during the reunification process.