Empowering Real-Time Collaboration for Key Personnel and First Responders
SA-EOC brings key personnel first responders together from different locations during an emergency via real-time secure HD video and audio conferencing over mobile and computer devices
Bring Key Personnel and First Responders Face to Face from Anywhere
Upon receipt of a meeting URL from an alert system, key personnel and first responders can quickly join a video and audio conference in seconds using mobile devices and computers.
Secure On-Premise and Field Deployment
The SA-EOC system is secure and deployed on-premise. You control the access and integration on your network. It can be deployed in the field where all participants are connected via wireless. Extremely portable, SA-EOC can be battery powered and consumes less than 5W.
Share Content from Security Monitoring Systems
With SA-EOC client software installed on your security monitoring system, it can instantly capture the screen and broadcast the content to all key personnel and first responders. The integration is effortless.
Bring Documents and Data From Existing Systems
Key personnel and first responders may need to know the exact layout of a building and sharing important information in real-time can greatly improve overall response time. Simply join an SA-EOC session from computers holding the documents and/or data and all first responders will be able to review and annotate shared documents in real-time.
Easily Integrates with Alert Systems
When there is an emergency, key personnel and first responders usually receive alert messages from notification systems. By including the SA-EOC session URL in the alert message, joining the SA-EOC conference is a one-click event.
Cross Platform Support
Any participant with a PC, Mac, Chromebook, iOS or Android device can join an SA-EOC session and collaborate in audio, video, and desktop sharing among the EOC group members.
The SA-EOC can automatically record the entire collaboration session (audio, video and desktop) on local attached USB storage or network attached storage (NAS).