Situational Awareness - Vigilant Platforms

Vigilant Platforms has industry leading solutions that provide critical physical security and first responder tools. For example, the ability to connect to public agencies and private enterprises securely sharing audio (radio and telephone), video and data resources in real-time can be critical during an emergent incident or a natural disaster. In the event of an emergency, Police, FBI, Fire Departments, Base Security, Malls, Arenas, surrounding retail establishments and others might need to be engaged.

Our incident management solution was developed in response to post-9/11 emergency preparedness and response doctrine(s), and is an advanced real-time global interoperable communications and multi-media collaboration platform. The platform is unique in its ability to provide advanced anywhere/anytime communications and information sharing capabilities both vertically and horizontally across agencies. If active shooter, terrorist attacks, or crime statistics weigh on your mind, let Vigilant equip you with an affordable, durable, secure, and easy-to-use interoperability solution for emergency management and first responders, the armed forces, as well as in-house security and protective services.


- Seamless interagency/intra-agency, on-demand collaboration: Bridges communications and media resources enabling enhanced situational awareness for first responders.

- Connects currently disjointed IP based communications allowing for resilient and flexible communications.

- Deploys a persistent, nationwide, and secure ad-hoc network, which establishes peer-to-peer collaboration capable of scaling to the smallest local event to large-scale state, regional, and national emergencies.

- Affordable solution for all levels of government. New communication devices are no longer needed. Current communication equipment (legacy or modern) can be used with the platform reducing the need to "upgrade" to newer, more costly, and less capable systems.

- Enables continuity of communications during major disasters by allowing communications even when certain communication nodes are no longer functioning.

- Peer-based architecture that employs a unique invitation and incident based ad-hoc interoperabiliy capability. This functional approach offers several important benefits:

- The System has no single point of control or failure, because there is no centralized server or switch required.

- Under its peer architecture, an invitation model is enabled whereby each participating agency retains both logical and physical control over its communications and media resources and can choose to participate or not participate in a collaboration session with other partner agencies.