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ELERTS and Buffalo Bills announce new ‘See Something Say Something’ app for fans to report security concerns

September 9, 2014

Trouble-reporting app to improve security response at Ralph Wilson Stadium and in its parking lots The Buffalo Bills and ELERTS Corporation, a leading provider of mobile communication for emergency response, have entered into an agreement to provide the ELERTS Stadium app to Bills fans during the 2014 season. ELERTS develops mobile security solutions for mass transit, educational, corporate, and hospital…

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ELERTS empowers riders of San Francisco BART system with “See Something, Say Something” smartphone app

August 28, 2014

Transit riders keep each other safe with the launch of BART Watch™ app by ELERTS. San Francisco transit riders now have the ability to use the BART Watch™ app by ELERTS to discreetly report crime or suspicious activity to BART police. Successfully launched in Boston, Atlanta, Santa Clara and Buffalo/Niagara, ELERTS See Say communication system helps keep transportation systems safe,…

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ELERTS Receives Lenel Factory Certification Under Lenel’s OpenAccess Alliance Program

August 7, 2014

ELERTS Lock It Down and ELERTS EPICenter interface with the Lenel® OnGuard® access control and video platform Weymouth, MA. August 7, 2014 — ELERTS Corporation announced today that it has received factory certification from Lenel Systems International and joined the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program. ELERTS Lock It Down™ and ELERTS EPICenter™ are app-driven cloud-based solutions that interface with the OnGuard®…

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Governor’s Task Force on School Safety Reinforces Need that ELERTS Fills

July 21, 2014

“People not only need to be safe, they need to feel safe as well.” As a Massachusetts-based company, ELERTS has been particularly interested in the Task Force on School Safety and Security convened by Governor Deval Patrick earlier this year. With the issuance of their official Report this week, we see signs of encouragement in the attention being given to…

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Text-A-Tip Service Announced for Transit Customers

June 23, 2014

See-something, Text-something. Free Text-A-Tip service announced for transit customers ELERTS Corp., the leading provider of See Something, Say Something mobile apps for mass transit systems, announced free Text-A-Tip service for new ELERTS Transit customers who sign up before December 30. ELERTS Transit app works with iPhones and Android Smartphones. Riders use the app to submit reports containing photos, video, text…

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Locked in their classrooms, left in the dark

May 13, 2014

The recent all day lockdown at a Pennsylvania elementary school highlights a big problem with lockdowns. Communication is lacking. "Students, who spent the day locked in their classrooms, were left in the dark inside...and on what was happening outside." [caption id="attachment_4774" align="alignright" width="400"] Hiding in the dark doesn't mean you can't know what is happening.[/caption] The Department of Education recommends…

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Teacher in the Trenches

April 28, 2014

I hadn't planned to interview anyone when I attended a local TweetUp, but there I was, talking to a teacher from a suburban school system. She has been a life-long educator, assigned to a variety of K-12 grades during her career. The conversation shifted to school safety as soon as she heard where I worked. She was passionate about the…

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ELERTS Event Alert™ and ELERTS See Say™ Apps Drive School Safety Program at Dennis-Yarmouth

April 23, 2014

Weymouth, MA – ELERTS Corporation, a leader in emergency response communication, joins the Yarmouth Police Department and Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School District in launching a comprehensive program that uses mobile technology to improve school security. ELERTS Event Alert is a communication platform that lets school personnel use their smartphones to report threatening or suspicious activities directly to local police. Designated staff…

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Candid About Cameras — Human Analytics vs Video Analytics

April 22, 2014

This is the golden age for video surveillance systems. The old analog “can’t do much” cameras have been superseded by modern network cameras, which connect by IP and have many programmable features that can be controlled and polled remotely. Instead of using a joystick or array of buttons to call a camera on screen, today’s IP cameras are managed by…

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