UNITE: INTEGRATED 911 ALERTING AND MASS-NOTIFICATION MADE SIMPLE
AVAILABLE AT ZERO NET COST TO MUNICIPALITIES
EMERGENCY MASS-NOTIFY ALERTS
OUTGOING ALERTS TO 911 OR SECURITY DISPATCHERS
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INTEGRATED 911 ALERTING
INTEGRATED MASS NOTIFICATION
2 SYSTEMS IN ONE
HOW THE 911 PART WORKS
When help is needed, a simple click of the Help button above sends an alert to 911/security dispatchers without having to call them. Location information saved in the interface as part of the initial setup is also sent with each alert so that dispatchers know exactly where alerting parties are even in a building to eliminate search time. Additional incident information can be included with each alert via the white text box above such as type of help needed (police, fire etc.) and other critical details to help responders respond accordingly. Smartphones can also be used to send alerts to 911 without needing a special app.
SOLVES "CAN'T-GET-THROUGH" ISSUE
Because of the growing dispatcher-shortage problem and other issues, it can sometimes be difficult to reach a 911 dispatcher, especially when a major incident occurs. With UNITE's integrated 911 capability, alerts for help can be delivered to dispatchers AND first responders at the same time without the delays often encountered when trying to reach 911 by phone.
ULTRA-SIMPLE TO DEPLOY AND USE
Because UNITE works just like a web page does in a web-enabled device' browser, it can be accessed by residents and businesses by simply clicking on a 'GET HELP/BE INFORMED' link that can be posted on a municipality's web site. And since UNITE works just like an ordinary web page does, residents and businesses can immediately begin to use it without needing to install anything and without having to read a manual or watch a webinar.
EASY DISPATCHER/RESPONDER ACCESS
911 alerts sent by UNITE can be viewed by dispatchers and first responders using UNITE's browser-based alert viewer that can be accessed with a simple internet browser without having to install or integrate anything anywhere. UNITE can also enable 911 dispatchers to work out of their homes to avoid catching the Corona virus that has impacted a growing number of 911 dispatchers—some have even been killed by the virus.
HOW THE MASS-NOTIFY PART WORKS
In addition to providing residents and businesses with the ability to send 911 alerts, UNITE also enables them to view emergency alerts sent by local officials with updates about emerging fires, weather advisories and other timely information.
Much like a radio or TV, UNITE's integrated mass-notification capability makes it easy to monitor for incoming alerts on whatever alert channel is assigned for a given area by local government officials. The system can also be used to check for alerts in other areas to avoid traffic jams and road closures.
NO SIGN-UPS/OPT-INS NEEDED
Unlike other mass-notification systems that require a formal sign-up/opt-in process including the use of a password, UNITE eliminates this barrier altogether. This makes things easy on municipality support teams because of how there's no sign-up programs, opt-ins or contact lists/data for staff to manage.
SIMPLE TARGETED ALERTING
Sending targeted alerts to specific areas is made easy by simply clicking on each neighborhood or area channel button in the alert-sender interface that you want to send alerts to.
ELIMINATES TEXT/EMAIL ISSUES
Because UNITE doesn't use text, email or phone calls to send alerts to residents, it avoids all the issues found with conventional mass-notification systems that DO use these methods to send emergency alerts to residents and businesses.
NO NEED FOR IPAWS/WEA/EAS
Because of how UNITE makes it easy to send emergency alerts with just a browser, IPAWS, WEA and EAS are no longer needed to send alerts to residents and businesses. There's also no need to retain an alert "specialist" to send alerts—anybody can do it via any web-enabled device with just three easy steps.
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