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The U.S. Coast Guard has selected BlackBerry‘s AtHoc division to provide a software platform in support of efforts to expand the functionalities of the service branch's alert warning tool. AtHoc will integrate its Crisis Communication software with USCG's Alert Warning System 2.0 in order to facilitate transmission of emergency alerts as well as reach service and […] More
BlackBerry‘s AtHoc division has updated its crisis management platform in an effort to address market trends. BlackBerry said Monday the updates include an option to create rules for forwarding alerts received from external organizations and sources, automated staff mustering, management alerting and severity-codified notifications. “Critical events are inherently complex, and our customers have been asking for faster and more […] More
The Pentagon Force Protection Agency has awarded a BlackBerry division a potential four-year contract to help the agency expand deployment of a suite of crisis communications applications at the Defense Department. AtHoc said Tuesday its Networked Crisis Communications Suite will support about 37,000 users throughout the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Defense Security Services and the Washington Headquarters Services. “Their […] More
Washington, D.C.’s public transportation agency has chosen a BlackBerry division to implement a unified network for agency personnel, first responders and local emergency organizations to communicate in the event of a crisis. BlackBerry said Tuesday the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will use AtHoc‘s Connect alerting and crisis communication platform to distribute information to and from Metro’s enterprise monitoring, helpdesk and customer service facilities. […] More
AtHoc and Esri have agreed to combine their platforms through a partnership in an effort to facilitate communication during emergencies and natural disasters. AtHoc said Wednesday it will combine its Network Crisis Communication portfolio with Esri's geographical information system, dubbed ArcGIS. The alliance will offer AtHoc clients access to Esri's GIS mapping tool designed to help users […] More
The Pentagon Force Protection Agency has conducted a cross-agency communications exercise to assess how the agency shares information with mission partners through the use of a security tool developed by AtHoc. AtHoc said Tuesday the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and the Department of Homeland Security deployed AtHoc Connect to send and receive information, control the […] More
AtHoc has been awarded a $7.5 million contract to provide network-wide emergency alert systems for U.S. Air Force installations worldwide. AtHoc's mass notification systems are designed to help the military branch's base personnel to securely send and share emergency alerts in less than 10 minutes and aim to facilitate collaboration among mission partners, regional response teams and […] More
An AtHoc–MDreieck alliance has helped the Mexican government build and implement an emergency communication system to alert residents before an earthquake occurs. The Mexican Seismic Alert System worked to detect the magnitude 5.5 earthquake that hit Oaxaca on April 28 and sent automated alerts through Seismic Alert Radio System receivers and school public address systems, […] More
AtHoc has been awarded a two-year contract extension to continue to provide unified mass notification systems for U.S. Army installations worldwide as part of the Leidos-led Emergency Management Modernization Program. Under the contract, the military branch will continue to use AtHoc's IWSAlerts platforms to send crisis information and emergency alerts to servicemen and their families stationed […] More
AtHoc-built emergency mass notification systems will be deployed to U.S. Army installations outside the continental U.S. under a Leidos-led modernization program. The Army extended the use of AtHoc's IWSAlerts systems for communications in order to send emergency alerts to service personnel and their families at garrisons in Europe, the company said. “With increasing threats worldwide, AtHoc […] More
Jim Nuttall, a retired U.S. Army major general and former deputy director of the Army National Guard, has joined AtHoc as a member of its Strategic Advisory Board. “General Nuttall’s counsel and guidance, based on his vast experience, will be of tremendous value as we look for ways to improve the support we provide to the National Guard in both […] More
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