AtHoc, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and member of the elite Managed Partner Program, is a recognized leader in providing enterprise-class, network-centric emergency notification systems to military, government and commercial organizations for physical security, force protection and personnel accountability. Millions of end users worldwide, in organizations such as the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Hawaii State Civil Defense, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Boeing, PricewaterhouseCoopers and eBay rely on AtHoc's unified management systems for their emergency alerting and critical communication needs.
Our flagship product, IWSAlerts is an enterprise-class, network-centric emergency alerting system for emergency notifications, force protection readiness, anti-terror warnings, installation alerting, public safety and critical communications. Its enterprise management system supports the complex alerting needs of large, distributed organizations and helps facilitate a safe and effective response.
IWSAlerts has been adopted by the U.S. military, today protecting over 850,000 personnel, including in-theater deployments. Customers include the U.S. Air Force Reserve Command, who has deployed it to reach all 76,000 personnel (active, reservists) across the country using a centralized, network-centric architecture. ISWAlerts was deployed on the command’s IP network and personnel are now better protected, and accessible via PCs, PDAs, cell phones and email within minutes in times of emergency or recall.
IWSAlerts provides the capability to manage through a single Web-enabled interface, multiple notification systems including AtHoc's own Network Alerting System (NAS), "Giant Voice" public announcement systems, telephony alerting (TAS), digital boards, personal digital assistants (PDAs), cell phones and more. The system uses the existing IP infrastructure to send audio-visual alerts of emergency conditions and mission-critical information to targeted personnel via their desktops, handhelds and mobile devices.
Emergency operators can send highly-targeted information to large or small groups, depending on the situation, roles and clearances of intended recipients. For example, someone responsible for firefighting would be sent toward a fire whereas other personnel would be instructed to evacuate. Because the alerts are sent through the IP network to network-connected devices, organizations can provide very detailed instructions for action within secon
AtHoc IWSAlerts has not been reviewed by any customers.
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