Alarm monitor for full operational control: View information on availability, feedback, weather, maps, etc. directly on your display!
Consider the alarm monitor as your central platform to visualise relevant information in real time before, during and after an operation or event. You decide what the monitor displays. The flexible alarm display helps you and your team to decisively improve your mission preparation and the actual deployment. What are the current messages? How many emergency personnel are currently available? Location of the operation? Who is taking part? What is the alarm message and the mission keyword? What is the current crew strength? How many pagers are available? View this and much more information.
View the exact number of positive, negative and pending responses. In this way, you can see at any time how many task forces or employees have already confirmed participation in an operation in order to evaluate the success of the alert.
Get a quick overview of what is happening in the field: Where is the current scene? What is the alarm message? What time was the alarm started? What was written in the guard or operation log?
In the unit feedback, you can see by name which of the alarmed participants has confirmed the alarm positively or negatively and in which function it is available. You can also use the filter to display only certain units, if required.
Permanently display the availability of the IoT-Pagers. This way you always keep control of whether your forces are available for alerting via pager.
Prepared for all weather conditions with the integrated map overlay: Configure e.g. radar forecast, METEOSAT satellite image, DWD weather warnings, warnings for sea areas and much more in your alarm monitor.
Even if no alarm is currently active, you can display valuable information on the alarm monitor. The idle mode displays on its own layout, for example, the availability of your participants, current news from your organisation, the current radar forecast or upcoming appointments.
For a better overview of several alarms, the alarm monitor offers a split screen that displays the last four alarms on a 2x2 grid with its own layout.
You control the layout of the alarm monitor completely yourself by adjusting the panels in position and size. This also allows you to configure different monitors for different areas of application, e.g. for the vehicle hall with focus on map display or the staff room with focus on feedback and messages.