The Crusader Command Center is the Management and Informational Dashboard for the Campus Secure solution. Via the user's mobile device, the emergency Panic Button activates a red flashing alert screen on the web-based Command Center dashboard, providing first responders with critical information including caller name, mobile number, GPS and IPS locations and live video of the users location.
Having the ability to communicate directly with the campus police or designated security authorities before, during and after an emergency, is imperative. Campus Secure allows students, employees and bystanders to silently communicate suspicious behavior to the authorities before an incident occurs. Two-way communications allows both the victim and the security authorities to exchange text communications discretely.
With Follow Me "Escort" students and staff can increase their "Peace of Mind". Follow me allows students/staff to reach out to a trusted family member, friend or a security authority to virtually escort them as they travel from one destination to another. You simply select your destination and place your mobile device in your pocket while you focus on your surroundings knowing someone is watching over you.
Inside buildings, GPS location is limited and cannot provide floor and room details. AssureTech's industry-leading indoor positioning system identifies where people are located indoors using mobile apps. You can use indoor location data to determine safe evacuation routes and coordinate response with law enforcement agencies.
CampusSecure's Live Emergency Video feature provides first responders with the ability to monitor and assess the state of the emergency, identify the perpetrator or victim and gain other useful information on a real time basis. First responders can manage and improve their responsiveness by quickly analyzing and verifying the emergency and proactively initiating actions to avoid the incident or minimize the impact. IDENTIFY, VERIFY, REACT
The "Crusader" Command Center has a mass emergency communication function designed specifically for colleges and universities for their unique communication needs. The command center can be programmed to send out broadcast messages to mobile devices and campus monitors that alerts the community of both non-emergency and emergency situations.