SETTING THE STANDARD FOR SAFETY
SMART | REAL-TIME | AUTONOMOUS
CAMPUS SAFETY SYSTEM
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Autonomous Crisis Response
In the event of a crisis, the KnowWhere System is able to provide people on campus and first responders with critical life-saving information. When a crisis occurs, several things happen autonomously:
-ALERTS and EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION
-CONNECTION TO FIRST RESPONDERS
-THREAT IS TRACKED AND LOCATION INFORMATION IS SHARED
-OCCUPANTS ARE ACCOUNTED FOR AND MONITORED
-INJURIES ARE DETECTED AND TRIAGED
Lockdown Initiation and Monitoring
Multi-colored LED lights allow KW-PODs to route occupants throughout campus
Each KW-POD is equipped with multi-colored LED strobe lights and 2-way communication. In the event of a crisis, KW-PODs autonomously alert the campus of the type and location of the threat and provide instructions on what to do.
The system uses artificial intelligence to identify the type of threat, the location of the threat, and who is around the threat. It then continuously tracks the threat on the interactive map of campus and with video feed.
Using the system, you can see the status of occupants in each area and room of campus through the visual feed and communicate with them directly.
The system uses audio and visual alerts and prompts to route occupants to the best exit in the event of an evacuation. The best route is determined using artificial intelligence and accounts for obstructions, threats, number of people, and the flow of traffic.
In the event of a crisis, the KnowWhere System autonomously connects to first responders and shares with the the threat intelligence they need to intervene.
The system can automatically and manually initiate a lockdown. A lockdown is initiated through an audio and visual notification through the KW-PODs. The system then keeps track of what areas have and have not followed lockdown procedure of doors locked and lights off.
The system keeps track of injuries including severity, time since the injury was sustained, and location of the injured person. This information is automatically shared with First Responders.
KW-PODs along an evacuation route change color to guide occupants to the best exit