Simpliot Emergency Warning System

Our Simpliot EWS ("Emergency Warning System") is a market leader in detection speed and our neural networks are trained to deal with false positives. The EWS is deployable in every room or office and delivers notifications to a building or an entire campus or building within milliseconds.

All notifications use integrated solutions and provide real time user feed back loops on the status of occupants in each room or office. The EWS System incorporates video cameras that can be set to function only during an emergency. The EWS System notifies occupants in each room of a situation in a building or on a campus with the appropriate LED color corresponding to the emergency. Notification to all Simpliot in-room touchscreens, tablets, ceiling LED’s and Philips HUE lights connected to the Simpliot EWS network is near instantaneous. The tablets are fully customizable for each school, business or place of worship, and multiple notifications can be configured from either lockdowns, medical alerts and weather warnings.

The Simpliot EWS System is user-friendly, affordable, reliable and easily integrated into existing technologies. The entire ecosystem is deployable in existing infrastructures and does not require heavy equipment or complicated installations.


Simpliot CITADEL Detection Systems

The Simpliot CITADEL Detection Systems are deployed on the perimeter of a building or campus and in building common areas such as cafeterias, break areas, meeting rooms, hallways and recording/broadcast studios. The Simpliot CITADEL Detection Systems turn passive video cameras into active monitoring systems with programmable, instantaneous alerts not requiring human monitoring. All live video camera feeds are analyzed by “trained” Simpliot CITADEL systems to detect and read:

• Drawn Weapons (Dynamic Threat Detection)
• Facial Recognition (D-Base Face-Rec)
• Vehicle License Plates (ALPR)

CITADEL Systems are trained to avoid false positives (tennis rackets, cell phones, etc.). All CITADEL Systems are programmable to operate with or without human oversight.

Facial Recognition (F-Rec) and Automatic License Plate Reading (ALPR) compiles a database of students or employees and an “alert list” can be populated with ex-employees/students, sexual predators or any persons of concern. The system will seamlessly check employees or students in and out of offices, buildings or campuses and sends warnings if the alert list is triggered. If a person is not in the database, the system can also notify security.

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Simpliot EWS and Simpliot CITADEL Working Together

Working together, the Simpliot EWS System and Simpliot CITADEL Detection Systems provide the following integrated IoT and AI based security platform:

• ULTRA FAST WARNING SYSTEM with building lock down
• INSTANT NOTIFICATION to all offices or rooms and to local police departments
• FEEDBACK LOOP from all offices or rooms to a security operation center
• INTEGRATED ECOSYSTEM fully integrated security solution
• EDGE DRIVEN DETECTION SYSTEM intelligence on the edge of the network
• ACTIVE VIDEO CAMERAS does not require human monitoring
• EASY DEPLOYMENT AND INSTALLATION into existing infrastructure
• SCALABLE IoT network communication protocol
• REASONABLY PRICED hardware and recurring revenues
• FINANCING options if appropriate

The video below demonstrates the Simpliot EWS System and Simpliot CITADEL System working together. It shows a false positive test of our CITADEL gun detection working automatically with our EWS System. The left side of the screen shows a real time video feed. The right side shows the EWS System security administration web portal. Each room on the campus has a corresponding virtual LED status indicator.

Our neural networks are trained to deal with false positives. For the purposes of this test, item detection probability is set at 90%, meaning the alarm is not triggered unless there is a 90% or greater certainty that a gun is present. The Simpliot system clearly discerns between objects and can independently trigger a lock-down within milliseconds following the identification of a firearm.