Definitely a companies greatest asset, People deliver the greatest value to your business. Location and communications are essential to effectively and safely manage your staff.
Not always thought of as an asset, Locations and designated Areas are absolutely assets that require monitoring
High Value physical assets are essential to your business. They can take the shape of being mobile assets or fixed assets
We can generally distribute awareness across two key areas:
Assessing how each will be managed and monitored, and with what specific data and controls is the first step in defining Situational Awareness requirements
For many businesses, there are numerous "isolated pockets" of Situational Awareness. Sub-systems that monitor and manage specific operations or separate sets of people and assets, each responding in their own way without centralized oversight
The ability to know the health, location and manage vehicles.
Ability to know situations such as Temperature, humidity, etc.
Monitor pollution, device health, appliances, etc.
Track and monitor large moving objects such as Containers, Vessels, Pallets, etc.
Traffic, intrusion, and video sensors capture motion and activity.
Caring for your most precious assets, PEOPLE.
The ability to capture information about individual, or groups of, people, and assets into a single centralized environment where the proper notifications, communications, alerts, dispatches, policies, controls and rules can be defined maintained and executed for the entire organization is central to Skyward's approach to Situational Awareness