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Safety and Security

As sensors and other detection devices continue to get smaller and consume less power, our ability to gather situational awareness in real time has expanded exponentially. In this Internet of Things, the capability we have to gather data from our environment has revolutionized our ability to protect lives and property. The challenge we face now is how to operationalize these data.

Sense – we are now able to sense a wide variety of different conditions, from the opening and closing of doors, to biometrics of people, as well as extending our vision with digital cameras.

Detect – sensor inputs must be ingested, aggregated, and analyzed. Rather than having people sit and watch monitors, we must push alerts when situations have been detected from sensor inputs.

Communicate – once an event has been detected, we must let the appropriate people know what is going on. The ability to communicate among security personnel as well as with Public Safety and First Responders is critical.

Visualize – with these sensors, gathering data about real-time events, the ability to visualize and render geospatial views is essential to enabling fast, effective responses.



The only effective way to create a system that can grow as your business grows is to deploy it on an open, standards-based platform. Envigilant does just that – it provides a web-service based platform leveraging the best in industry and federal standards for data exchange that leads you to a scalable, reliable, and flexible solution.


  • Designed to address known threats and scalable to address emerging threats
  • Non-disruptive to current operations, bridging private and public sectors
  • Provides integrated situational awareness and faster, more effective response management
  • Protects investments in legacy systems with future proof, standards-based, open architectures
  • Best-of-breed technologies
  • Partner ecosystem fosters innovation



  • Device-agnostic sensor integration platform that can integrate any IP-enabled devices
  • Sensors can be integrated across multiple locations, giving a single unified view
  • Real-time alarms sent to users and public safety agencies
  • Integration of existing public safety historical data
  • Spatial analytics
  • Record keeping for incidents around the customer’s facility
  • A resilient network and computing resource to host not only sensors, but other mission-critical applications


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