Another Innovation from The Most Coordinated Emergency Response System. Partnership Will Improve Response Times to Critical Events.
Yorba Linda, CA (June 30, 2020) – Maxxess Systems, a global leader in event response management and collaboration systems, is pleased to announce their partnership with SmartPTT by Elcomplus, an advanced communications radio technology company, to deliver a powerful integration with Motorola Digital Radios that will improve response times to critical events. This new SmartPTT integration with Maxxess InSite allows InSite to automatically communicate over Motorola Digital Radios in the event of an emergency, speeding information dissemination and saving critical time for first responders and security personnel.
“Maxxess is dedicated to improving the response to any emergency,” said Nancy Islas, President of Maxxess Systems. “This new integration expands our current capabilities, and will save the First Responders precious time.”
“The SmartPTT dispatch solution by Elcomplus has been developed and constantly enhanced for more than 10 years,” said Evgeny Teplyakov, CEO of SmartPTT by Elcomplus. “This new integration will enhance our dispatch technology to benefit users and emergency responders during any emergency.”
The SmartPTT integration adds new capabilities to the InSite Ultimate Lockdown software. InSite currently offers extensions to a wide range of related systems, including radios, door locks, PA systems, alert strobes, and signage, all of which are used to ensure appropriate response actions, including information dissemination and automated triggers for door locks.
With the SmartPTT integration, when someone triggers a mobile panic alert from the InSite mobile app, the SmartPTT software triggers the Motorola Digital Radios to annunciate that a panic alert has been triggered, including the location and identity of the person who triggered it. The InSite rules engine and automation is helping organizations take early action to address critical events before they spread or grow to become unmanageable and costly. This fast, coordinated response saves critical time, improves the safety and security of anyone located in the affected areas, and ensures that accurate and essential information is disseminated to first responders and security personnel.