Private Safety Network
We strive to provide fast, effective, private communication. You have multiple options for who receives your messages, and as to how you categorize the priority of your messages. High Priority and an Emergency Broadcast maximize effectiveness in difficult situations. Your messages are encrypted for further privacy and safety; and, a GPS location is provided with each message and reply.
Complex message threads create a vast effective source of information for all users in virtually real-time speed. Administration has superior access and control to manage and resolve a crisis with speed and effectiveness. Linked networks with a hospital, to police, and other first responders heightens the effectiveness of a global response to assist Administration and all users in successful resolutions.
Private Safety Network with Lenel S2 NetBox
Private Safety Network can interface with a number of access control and security systems. Private Safety Network receives all of the events from the S2 NetBox, like intrusion alarms, tamper alarms, door unlock events, and access granted events. It can then relay the event in a message to pre-selected groups, so an intruder alarm can go out to administration, security, whoever you choose, and it is received nearly immediately. Then, the recipients can use PSN as a communication system to coordinate responses, and provide information to everyone involved. PSN's room status feature also uses the NetBox interface. When a valid ID is scanned, NetBox generates an Access Granted event that is used to determine who is in a building or room, and to show their names in the room status page. This is critical information for responders. PSN also uses NetBox to lock and unlock doors. I can lock and unlock individual rooms or all the doors in a building.
Private Safety Network with Avigilon
Alarms from Avigilon for forced doors, intruders, invalid scans, etc., can create Private Safety Network (PSN) message threads to groups that you select. This means that the message for a forced door alarm can go out to administration, security, whoever you choose, and it is received nearly immediately, and has a unique notification sound. Then, the recipients can use PSN as a communication system to coordinate responses, and provide information to everyone involved.
The Avigilon valid badge reads are used by PSN to provide location data of users. With it, responders can see who badged into the building and when.