CovertCall

Network Alert System

Network Alert System

CovertCall Action Screen

RESPONDING

Whether it was responding to a fire-drill or reacting to a bomb scare, many universities, schools, and small offices have been gravely disappointed at the response times and reactions of employees, their staff, and students during an emergency. The good news is that the effective placement of one, time-sensitive notification, can dramatically improve the rapid response by Staff, faculty, and student populations alike – if you can reach them.

COVERTCALL IN ACTION

With the CovertCall in place your office or school has a unified emergency alert system with a centralized distribution console capable of targeting employees, faculty, alumni, staff, students and visitors simultaneously, informing them of the necessary steps to take in the event of an emergency.

The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.
Helen Keller

COVERTCALL Alert Window

 

The Alert window is displayed on all computers that have the CovertCall program installed.  CovertCall allows sending the alert warning to all computers at the same time.

The Alert window will be displayed in full screen and will automatically resize to fit the resolution of any monitor.


Alert Window

Announcement Window

All Clear Window

CovertCall has different notification screen colors coded to distinguish emergency notifications and non critical notifications.  All notification windows will be full screen and will also auto adjust to fit the resolution of any monitor.

Resized Alert Window

Resized Announcement window

Resized All Clear Window

Client types

Office Buildings
Schools
Industrial
Entities with computers on a local network

Benefits

No Network Server Needed
Updates are broadcasted over network
Scalable to fit your needs
Runs as a Service

Features

  • Brand & Corporate Identity
  • Standard & Professional Editions

Building the concept

To provide a low cost scalable alert system that quickly gets the message out in the case of a crisis.  When safety is always the top priority, seconds count, quick alerts to the people that count is paramount