February 22, Brisbane, Australia: The University of Queensland (UQ) last week launched SafeZone for use by 95,000 students and staff.
As well as optimizing response for personal emergencies, SafeZone will improve emergency response and communication during critical incidents such as lock-downs and natural disasters, by sending push notifications to users’ mobile devices.
Newcastle University security is launching a new app to provide around the clock reassurance to students and staff on campus.
15th February 2016, Newcastle UK: Going live today, SafeZone will be available for free to students and staff. It allows students and staff to summon assistance, while enabling security teams to implement a fast and coordinated response from everyday events through to full-scale emergencies.
Expatriates benefit from enhanced protection at Al-Bustan Village, Riyadh
CriticalArc today announces that its pioneering SafeZone™ personal safety and community security system is being deployed for the first time in the Middle East, at one of Saudi Arabia’s most prestigious residential compounds.
Expansion follows key customer gains across Europe and Asia-Pacific to be showcased at the IACLEA’s Annual Conference and Exposition in Nashville (click for Conference details).
10 JUNE 2015 – CriticalArc, a leading security technology innovator, today announced that it has opened a US office in Denver, Colorado. The entry into the US market comes after a number of key wins for the pioneers of SafeZone™, a next generation distributed command and control solution that is revolutionizing the way that organisations ensure personal safety across dispersed environments. Recent successful customer launches of SafeZone include a number of European and Asia-Pacific universities as well as expatriate facilities in the Middle East.
CriticalArc’s solution provides University with distributed situational awareness combined with a targeted and mass notification capability
CriticalArc today announces that the University of Zurich, one of the leading research universities in Europe with 26,000 students has implemented SafeZone. By implementing SafeZone students and staff can now seek assistance with the simple press of a button, wherever they are located across the University estate, giving them the capability to summon support 24/7 via a help point in their pocket.