Introducing AtHoc Public Safety Edition: providing local governments and universities proven capabilities to deliver critical communications directly to the public in an accurate, secure and trusted manner.
Keep People Safe and Operations Running
Full-featured Crisis Communications
- End-to-end event management
- Real-time Visibility
- Emergency Mass Notifications
- Collaboration Across Organizations
- Situational Awareness
Real-time Visibility into Personnel Safety
Emergency Mass Notifications
Full-featured Crisis Communications
Real-time Visibility into Personnel SafetyAccount for 100% of your people to achieve operational resiliency. AtHoc Account enables real-time visibility into the safety status of your personnel for more effective crisis response and assured business continuity.
Emergency Mass NotificationsAtHoc Alert unifies all communication modalities to alert everyone you care about with a single click. Emergency managers can provide assured rapid communication across the entire enterprise or community.
Situational AwarenessAtHoc Collect enables your field personnel to be the eyes and ears of the operations center. See what’s happening at an incident scene, and mobilize rapidly for an effective response.
Introducing AtHoc Situation Response
BlackBerry AtHoc Professional Services
All organizations need a degree of crisis communications, but in-house expertise and the ability to manage a program independently varies. The experts at BlackBerry can help.
AtHoc Consulting Services
BlackBerry AtHoc Managed Service
BlackBerry AtHoc is uniquely positioned to offer a crisis communication and emergency notification system, tailored to a variety of industry needs.
State and Local Government
Public Safety & Law Enforcement
Twenty years ago, our emergency response process involved calling people on their landlines and sounding sirens. Since then, a great deal has changed, and we’ve been able to change with it. Through BlackBerry AtHoc, we’re able to leverage many different communication channels – social media, mobile devices, federal alerting systems, and more.
Heather Tiernan, Community Warning System Manager, Contra Costa County
Whilst we are supporting a major incident or nationwide operation, we still have nuclear sites to defend. We therefore need the capacity to setup overtime shifts on extremely short notice. BlackBerry AtHoc has been incredibly useful in that regard.
Joseph Shearer-Rust, Resilience Officer, Civil Nuclear Constabulary
When you’re running an event as complex as the G7 Summit, nothing ever goes exactly as planned. Anything can happen. BlackBerry AtHoc helps ensure that no matter what issues we encounter, we’re ready to address them quickly and efficiently.
Michel Bouvier, Chief of Operations, Summit Integrated Command Center, Global Affairs Canada’s Summits Management Office
Though BlackBerry AtHoc was the most cost-effective solution, we don’t really look at it as a cost-saving tool. It provides us with the ability to communicate with our clients and our sites more efficiently and effectively than we could before. And that in turn helps us keep our personnel safe while also protecting our clients – that’s not really something you can assign a specific value to.
Leo Tarelli, Mobilisation Manager, Axis Security
We were initially drawn to BlackBerry AtHoc because we knew BlackBerry had an established history within healthcare and government. Given our performance and reliability issues with our previous solutions, we didn’t want to expend any time and effort on a company that didn’t have some experience.
Lead Resource Specialist, US Medical Facility
Emergency notifications that used to take us 90 minutes to deploy are now communicated within 90 seconds using AtHoc.
Maxim Zakurdaev, Enterprise Architect and Technical Product Management, Canada House of Commons
When disaster strikes, BlackBerry AtHoc is there when we need it, allowing us to keep our people safe. It’s like insurance from that perspective – something you can rely upon in an emergency, but whose value you don’t realise until you need it.
Thomas Brewer, GIS Technology Officer, MEMA