CQUniversity Australia has today announced it will be adopt an innovative Emergency Notification Alert system, across its national footprint that includes more than 20 campuses and delivery sites.
The system, SafeZone, delivered by global technology innovator CriticalArc includes a free mobile app that can be downloaded by university staff, students and stakeholders.
The Application can be used on smartphones and mobile devices to facilitate communication and connectivity in relation to personal safety and emergency situations.
CQUniversity’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Scott Bowman explains that for a multi-campus institution like CQUniversity, timely and effective communication is imperative, especially during an emergency.
CriticalArc’s SafeZone™ improves safety and security for 34,000 students and staff
CriticalArc reports that the University of South Australia (UniSA) has improved on-campus safety and security for 34,000 students and staff with the successful implementation of its innovative SafeZone™ distributed command and control solution.
UniSA selected SafeZone to enhance safety while reducing costs across six disparate campuses, from inner-city urban environments to outback locations dispersed across 800kms. By providing unparalleled situational awareness, SafeZone is enabling UniSA to manage everyday security operations and incidents response procedures faster and much more efficiently.
World leading university implements CriticalArc’s SafeZone™ to enhance safety and security for its 20,000 students and staff
BIRMINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM, 13 JANUARY 2015: The University of York launched CriticalArc’s SafeZone on the 8th January to provide round-the-clock safety reassurance to students and staff. York is the first University in the Russell Group to roll out the simple-to-use, free application designed to help those on campus to summon security or safety assistance via their mobile phones.
The SafeZone system allows security or first aid personnel to pinpoint the location where help is needed. It also provides students and staff with a way of summoning general assistance swiftly from the Security Services help desk through a simple tap of an on-screen button.
The first higher education institution in Europe to implement pioneering distributed command and control to improve safety and security of students and staff.
BIRMINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM, 08 JANUARY 2015 – CriticalArc today announced that Northumbria University has rolled out its revolutionary distributed command and control solution, SafeZone™.
The University selected SafeZone to enhance staff and student safety while reducing costs through increasing the efficiency of everyday security operations across its six campuses. Through unparalleled situational awareness, SafeZone enables the University’s security team to coordinate its response to incidents quickly and efficiently. The intuitive SafeZone app makes it easy for Northumbria’s 30,000 students and staff to summon security or safety assistance via a simple tap on their phone, so allowing security personnel to pinpoint their exact location.
Strategic partnership sees CriticalArc expansion represented throughout the region from BDS headquarters in Bahrain
BIRMINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM, 23 OCTOBER 2014 – CriticalArc and Building Defence Systems (BDS) today announced a business partnership that sees BDS become CriticalArc’s business development representative reseller. Under the partnership BDS will cover the entire Middle East region providing business development, pre-sales support, delivery and second line technical support for CriticalArc’s revolutionary distributed command and control solution, SafeZone™.
John Benton, Managing Director of BDS, said, “CriticalArc are the global leaders in cloud based situational awareness and offer us a complimentary solution to our existing portfolio of products and services. We are very excited about the opportunity to represent CriticalArc across the region and look forward to educating the market on its value for campus and multi-site security operations, especially in the education sector.”