Emergency

Civil Defense

— Safety 1st: the complete suite for large-scale emergency management

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The best technology to manage large scale emergencies

The Civil Protection System is complex, it involves local authorities with different roles and responsibilities: Municipalities, Provinces, Regions, and Departments have the task of protecting the population and the territory in the event of an emergency.

These tasks require constant work and include both territorial monitoring and planning of interventions, and specific activities in the event of a crisis. In this context, the ability to cooperate with each other and communicate with speed becomes vital.

Beta 80’s commitment is to create open solutions that cover all stages of this process, integrating with existing technological systems. We created vertical software solutions on specific processes that adapt to the context by dedicating the maximum effort to preserve pre-existing technologies and investments.

Safety 1st for Emergency Operation Centers

Safety 1st is the emergency management platform created to support the Emergency Operation Centers in all their activities.

In times of peace, Safety 1st monitors the situation records routine activities and defines the expected behaviors. In the event of an emergency, with the activation of the Emergency Operation Center, it transforms into a tool for sharing information and providing snapshots of the ongoing situation.

It is a modular solution, which can be installed on-premise or be delivered according to a SaaS paradigm – Software as a Service

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Citizen alert

Protecting citizens includes providing appropriate, timely, and accurate communications. In the event of an emergency they must, in fact, receive information on what is happening, where it is happening, and how to behave.

Emergency workers must also be notified in real-time, according to management needs. Multichannel, Response Certification, Escalation are the characteristics of our service.

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