SafetyNet Command-and-Control Incident and Emergency Management Software
SafetyNet Command-and-Control is Pulsiam’s computer-aided, command-and-control solution. It is an interactive, event-driven incident and emergency management system designed for communications center personnel. SafetyNet Command-and-Control supports:
- Public safety agencies, including emergency medical and fire suppression services.
- Private security organizations.
- Disaster management and recovery efforts stemming from both natural events such as hurricanes and wildfires to disasters caused by humans such as hostage and active-shooter incidents.
- Smart cities
Our browser-based solution is fully scalable and easily configurable. It is designed to meet your organization’s present and future needs.
Manage Your Incidents from One Central Comand-and-Control Platform
Consolidate & Collaborate
Your agency can integrate seamlessly with command-and control systems everywhere to coordinate calls and orchestrate responses.
Advanced GIS Intelligence
Map-centric integration with Esri, the industry leader in GIS and mapping solutions, provides intelligent functionality such as automatic unit recommendation.
Simultaneous access to real-time operational data from multiple sources empowers decision-makers, identifies trends, and ensures the best response.
Fastest Transaction Times
Saving time means saving lives. With the fasted transaction times in the industry, SafetyNet Command-and-Control enables your crew to receive and dispatch incidents in near-real time.
Pulsiam offers the widest variety of custom interfaces in the industry. Alarms. ANPR. Panic Buttons. AVL. Autonomous drones. If you can think of a third-part solution that could enhance your system, we’ve probably developed an interface to it. And because we keep pace with the latest global technological developments, we are constantly creating new interfaces to meet your evolving needs. Maybe facial recognition wasn’t a priority upon initial deployment, but now you want integration with a top-tier VMS provider. Done.
SafetyNet System of Engagement
As longtime partners, Pulsiam and Esri have developed an architecture that integrates and leverages the power of each solution.
SafetyNet System of Engagement provides data gathered from call centers to a separate system of engagement in near real-time. This information, including data from SafetyNet RMS and other sources, is an invaluable asset for data analysts to detect trends, create dashboards, and redirect resources to areas where they are most needed.
“Though both the call center aspects of Esri integration and the analytics side work in parallel, there is no degradation of Esri call center performance while data is being analyzed. This provides agencies the best of both worlds: speedy mapping solutions during an event and the ability to analyze call center data in near real-time.”
SafetyNet Emergency is a mobile application available on Apple iOS and Android devices. This powerful tool gives users a direct, bidirectional connection to SafetyNet Command-and-Control. Citizens can create their own incidents in SafetyNet Emergency on their mobile devices rather than having to dial
9-1-1. They can also add video, pictures, and even chat with dispatchers as incidents unfold. SafetyNet Emergency is included free of charge as part of the SafetyNet Command-and-Control solution.
SafetyNet Informer is the SafetyNet Suite’s powerful, ad hoc reporting and business intelligence tool that you can access from your desktop, laptop, smartphone, or tablet. Browser-based and user-friendly, SafetyNet Informer gives you the ability to view data quickly and easily so you can make data-driven decisions. Direct access to the SafetyNet database allows users to create comprehensive reports using extensive information from SafetyNet Command-and Control, all SafetyNet Records solutions, and SafetyNet PCS.
Dispatch Autonomous Drones
With our Autonomous Drone solution, drones can be dispatched to survey any number of locations – from crime scenes to natural gas pipelines. While the drones can be operated manually, you can also dispatch the drone to coordinates or preconfigure a flightpath. Drones can launch based on a variety of triggers, including surveillance cameras, sensors, and video analytics.
Our drone solution supports real-time streaming video from drones so that you can see what’s happening as it’s happening and make the right decisions quickly. Video footage can also be used by investigators to perform a bird’s-eye view analysis of the incident scene and gain further insight into it’s cause.