Emergency Lockdown Panic Alarm System (ELPAS)
Critical Response in Extreme Threat
Emergency Lockdown Panic Alarm System was developed in response to recent trends in global security such as the escalating incidents of shootings and kidnap in public
buildings – schools, churches, hotels, etc. – necessitating a reinvention of the traditional system into a modern, smart, instant detection and response system.
The system is designed with simple manual triggers and a complex brain and should be operated only in high emergency. When in an elevated emergency (such as can result in death, serious injury, or heavy damage to property) an authorized person triggers the system using simple triggers – Panic Push Buttons or a pre-authorized Smartphone. This sends a high panic signal to the electronic control unit (brain).
Emergency Lockdown Panic Alarm System (ELPAS) is designed to act on your behalf and in the best interest of you and your visitors safety at the most critical
How it works
When the electronic control unit of ELPAS receives a trigger (from a digital or mechanical device or a smartphone), it instantaneously and simultaneously initiates a series of coordinated events:
ELPAS is very secure and scalable, allowing you to test it out over a small area and scale up afterwards. It delivers world-class security and integrates seamlessly into your existing security infrastructure and BMS.
If the locks in your large facility – e.g your guestroom door locks, offices or classrooms – are networked, then the lockdown may be extended to include all doors, etc.
Because the ELPAS is so intelligent and modular, you can easily extend its functionality to other emergency scenario such as fire and gas with entirely different or similar actions.
ELPAS can be customized to fit into your unique environment. Three default modes are available based on the severity of the threat: