Texas A&M University-Kingsville is prioritizing safety and wellbeing for its 9,000-plus students and campus staff with the roll-out of SafeZone technology from CriticalArc. SafeZone is a unified platform for safety, security, emergency management, and wellbeing support, and a leading solution for the higher education and healthcare sectors. It offers significant advantages over traditional solutions with higher user engagement.
CriticalArc reports that the University of South Australia (UniSA) has improved on-campus safety and security for 34,000 students and staff with the successful implementation of its innovative SafeZone™ distributed command and control solution. UniSA selected SafeZone to enhance safety while reducing costs across six disparate campuses, from inner-city urban environments to outback locations dispersed across 800kms.
The University of York launched CriticalArc’s SafeZone to provide round-the-clock safety reassurance to students and staff. York is the first University in the Russell Group to roll out the simple-to-use, free application designed to help those on campus to summon security or safety assistance via their mobile phones. The SafeZone system allows security or first aid personnel to pinpoint the location where help is needed.
CriticalArc announced that Northumbria University has rolled out its revolutionary distributed command and control solution, SafeZone. The University selected SafeZone to enhance staff and student safety while reducing costs through increasing the efficiency of everyday security operations across its six campuses. Through unparalleled situational awareness, SafeZone enables the University’s security team to coordinate its response to incidents quickly and efficiently.