We can prevent or reduce the impact of external violent incidents!

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How do we avert or minimize the impact of external violent events and extremist attacks?

The answer is through the use of a new, extremely innovative Emergency Alert System that has been developed by our company.

The system targets early lockdown or evacuation intervention and is designed to provide early warning alerts with highly flexible voice instructions. These voice instructions can be in any language or even multilingual, if required.

The lockdown message can also be in a code, a code that students etc., can be trained to recognise – even a piece of music. These coded messages, if required, are provided, so as not to aggravate a situation.

The system is wireless based and a small hand held or wall mounted transmitter can set off the broadcast of a Lockdown warning or evacuation alert, instantly. Sirens and prerecorded voice instructions are broadcast by a series of standalone wireless receiver-message players.

The siren and voice instructions can initiate a lockdown or an evacuation in a place of worship, a school, a shopping mall, a sports stadium, or any place where people gather.

Typically lockdown or evacuation of the threatened area would be triggered by guards, duty wardens or welcomers at the entrances of a site. If a threat was received by phone,
on social media or email etc. Typically this would be triggered by the receptionist, as soon as a potential external threat was identified.

Our company, AARC Systems is a small Australian company and we have been developing this, product based emergency alert system, over the last few years. We are now in production and the system is being manufactured in Australia.

We have been selling these systems to schools and other organisations across Australia and within the SE Asian and Oceania regions.

This system may not eliminate an incident entirely or if at all. However, it can potentially, eliminate or go a long way to significantly reduce the impact of such an event.

We are now looking to share this system with the world. Our goal is to help reduce and protect innocent worshippers, school children and general public, etc. those with the potential of being exposed to or impacted by extreme incidents.

Incidents that happen, all too regularly, all over the world.

Richard Wilson,
Founder & CEO
AARC Systems Pty Ltd,

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