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
BlackBerry AtHoc provides us with cost-effective ways to facilitate and enhance the safety and security of any community.
Maxim Zakurdaev, Enterprise Architect and Technical Product Management, Canada House of Commons
Unified Crisis Communication for Critical Events
Integrated Communication and Coordination
Agency-Wide Mass Notification
Communicate across all channels (smartphones, tablets, computers, desk phones) to notify personnel throughout the organization.
BlackBerry AtHoc also allows agencies to share authoritative information with the public in real time during crises and integrate with Canada’s NAAD and U.S. FEMA’s IPAWS to reach the public via alerting systems such as Commercial Mobile Alert System (CMAS), Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), Emergency Alert System (EAS), and NOAA HazCollect for non-weather emergency messages (NWEMs).
Alerts can be sent to mass communication devices, such as sirens, radios, fire panels, radio and TV systems, and digital billboards.
Gold Winner — Government Cybersecurity
Certifications and Compliance
AtHoc Connect for Federal Agencies: Cross-Agency Communication and Collaboration
Communicate and collaborate with other organizations throughout a crisis.