Emergency

Control Rooms

— Incident Mastery Platform for Private Control Rooms

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Full control on all situations

Control 1st is Beta 80’s technological suite to support organizations in all phases of the incident management process. Control 1st allows the unified control of technological resources and their correlation with operational processes.

Highly configurable, it has a strong strategic impact on the entire organization. Control 1st generates quality data on the tracked information and processes, with full analysis and reports to evaluate the effectiveness of the actions.

Risk & Crisis Management – Control 1st

Control 1st was created to allow organizations to detect and interpret information and data to support decision-making processes, act promptly and effectively, mitigating the immediate effects, and preventing their recurrence in the future.

MAGAZINE & INSIGHTS

Control Room: data orchestration to manage safety and security

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Control Room Technology: what should your organization look for?

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Business Protection: the role of Control Rooms in safety and security processes

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Control Room: why is interoperability with PSAPs essential?

Incident Mastery Platform

Safety systems are almost always heterogeneous; produced and installed by different operators and at different times.

Safeguarding the company’s resources by controlling these tools is essential. However, because of their diversity in models and systems, control rooms require a special solution to integrate them in a single system.

This is exactly what Beta 80 Control 1st does: a platform to unite all available and preexisting technologies to bring you the most efficient and cost-saving tool to manage your incidents.

MAGAZINE & INSIGHTS

H-Farm Campus Control Room: the key technologies

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Risk analysis: why it is essential for safety and security

MAGAZINE & INSIGHTS

Business Protection: the role of Control Rooms in safety and security processes

MAGAZINE & INSIGHTS

Control Room Technology: what should your organization look for?