Private Safety Network

Critical Communications

Private Safety Network (PSN), a patented, multi-directional, universal, communication system designed specifically for safety that directly connects responders with people onsite and with security and access control systems, allowing them all to communicate simultaneously in near real time. PSN for Android and iPhone is verified by FirstNet®, we have created interfaces for Lenel S2, Milestone and Avigilon access control and security systems, are recognized by the National Sheriffs’ Association resource list, and have national distribution through Accu-Tech and App-Techs. With PSN, people can swiftly report what they see to onsite user groups who can react immediately. Additionally they can communicate with responders, giving them complete, accurate, timely data directly from the site. Responders and administrators are able to send mass notifications, giving people fast, valuable information that can keep them safe. PSN also uses data from devices, and includes it in the communications. Users’ locations, room status, access control and security system events are all made available almost instantly to the people who need them. This is the vision of PSN, connecting people who are at risk with people who can provide help, and giving those responders all of the available information about the situation. Instead of this information being routed through a central dispatch that may be quite distant and overwhelmed, it is sent directly to the people who need it. We are aware of no other system that provides responders with onsite data from people and devices at the speed of PSN. Also part of the vision is preventing crises. People can safely and privately report suspicious activity, creating the opportunity to address it before a tragedy occurs. Devices report issues to multiple people instantly, rather than a single security person who may not receive it. Speed and notifying the right people can prevent a major problem.

Basics

  • Number of Employees
    2-10 employees
  • Stage
    Full Product Ready
  • Founded
    2018
  • Primary Industry
    Critical Communications

Description

Private Safety Network (PSN), a patented, multi-directional, universal, communication system designed specifically for safety that directly connects responders with people onsite and with security and access control systems, allowing them all to communicate simultaneously in near real time. PSN for Android and iPhone is verified by FirstNet®, we have created interfaces for Lenel S2, Milestone and Avigilon access control and security systems, are recognized by the National Sheriffs’ Association resource list, and have national distribution through Accu-Tech and App-Techs.

With PSN, people can swiftly report what they see to onsite user groups who can react immediately. Additionally they can communicate with responders, giving them complete, accurate, timely data directly from the site. Responders and administrators are able to send mass notifications, giving people fast, valuable information that can keep them safe.

PSN also uses data from devices, and includes it in the communications. Users’ locations, room status, access control and security system events are all made available almost instantly to the people who need them. This is the vision of PSN, connecting people who are at risk with people who can provide help, and giving those responders all of the available information about the situation. Instead of this information being routed through a central dispatch that may be quite distant and overwhelmed, it is sent directly to the people who need it. We are aware of no other system that provides responders with onsite data from people and devices at the speed of PSN.

Also part of the vision is preventing crises. People can safely and privately report suspicious activity, creating the opportunity to address it before a tragedy occurs. Devices report issues to multiple people instantly, rather than a single security person who may not receive it. Speed and notifying the right people can prevent a major problem.