Monitoring & Tracking
SOS2US provides your organisation and security controllers with real-time dashboards, statistics, heat maps, and communication tools to quickly and effectively manage emergency responses, while minimising the collateral damage of the incident.
Security Controllers Can Use The Web App Dashboard To:
- Have easy access to key information about an incident to provide security operators correct or additional context
- Send a blanket message to notify users of an urgent incident
- Quickly and easily send users and security controllers safety instructions in accordance with risk factors of the verified threat type
- Send specific and informative instructions to users based on their physical proximity to the verified threat
- Track real-time movements of incidents and offenders via a GPS map with targeted markers, which sends location-based alerts to users as the situation develops.
- Easily access Incident Monitoring, an overview of Non-Urgent Incidents, open Investigations, People and Inbox with one click
Location and Real-time Incident Tracking
As the first of its kind in the world, the SOS2US™® combines advanced technology and ‘wisdom of the crowd’ to provide real time critical information to security controllers, emergency first responders, security staff, and the greater public for major and minor threats. Sourcing the valuable information from comprehensive user reports, the SOS2US™® app is able to recognise and analyse stationary (e.g. fire or explosion) and moving (e.g. an armed offender or hostile vehicle) incidents. Location based reporting and incident tracking ensures that the events can be tracked in real-time via a GPS map, providing invaluable information to the SOS2US Monitoring authorities to take action and resolve the situation.
The GPS map can be used to follow the incident and/or offender through various locations, even while mobile, as is often the case in incidents involving serious concerns for public safety like terrorism or violent crime. The accuracy of location reporting is critical in assisting first responders, often leading to reduced casualty rates and severity of such incidents.