dashboardEVE EMC is a hosted Web-based Emergency Management Portal System for any public and or private university or college or business of any size and is aligned with, and supports, NIMS recommendations for the private sector. EVE EMC Emergency/Crisis Managers, Business Owners, Property Managers, Security Personnel, HOA Coordinators, or other designates, with the necessary tools to plan, manage, train, react, adapt, alert, recover, provide access to, and communicate critical information from a centralized point during single or multiple events; this to preserve and limit the loss of life and property while reducing potential liability.

From a mass communication perspective EVE EMC supports public, private, and targeted, notifications (by group, area code, zip code) from the system; including the logging of all communication via the system’s tamperproof blotter. The system also receives and processes replies to notifications from mobile devices and emails where they can analyzed and assigned to any incident allowing for true two-way communication between users and the system’s operators.

EVE EMC also allows the cataloging of facility safety and hazard information, the centralized management of emergency plans, operations plans, flood and fire plans, mapevacuation and training plans, checklists, surveys, files, tasks, MSDSs, and procedures, to help prevent and or reduce the potential loss of life and property in the event of an emergency whether nature or human initiated.

Data protection and privacy is accomplished by multiple layers of system security and compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard or PCI DSS as this standard is rigorous. Unique and proprietary to EVE is EVE Intercept™ (pat. pend), an integrated security technology that makes EVE EMC a security centric and hardened system.

Features & Benefits

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Manage online training calendars, appointments, schedules, time, tasks, workflows, invoices, assets, expenses, purchase orders, documents, and more.

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Automatic Early Warning

Be forewarned of questionable activity via remote sensor integration.

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Smart Two-Way Alerting

Text, Email, and or Voice message the system for public or distribution to emergency personnel.

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Complete Management

Manage multiple emergencies and information for a definitive Common Operating Picture.

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EVE EMC supports the following features:

Supports DHS' NIMS
Supports DHS’ NIMS or the Department of Homeland Security’s National Incident Management System recommendations for the private sector with reference to operational planning and mass communication of information for various contingencies or crises to First Responders and the general public.
Supports RSS and CAP
Supports RSS and CAP feed intake for the publishing of alerts from local, state, and or national agencies such as the Center for Disease Control (CDC) for biological outbreak alerts, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for severe weather alerting, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) for seismic alerting, and any other organization publishing alerts using Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) or Really Simple Syndication (RSS) formatted information.
Beyond Notification...Complete Communication!
Once notifications are sent from the system, recipients can respond directly via their mobile devices or email to the system. Incoming responses can then be analyzed, actions initiated and or adjusted to situational information; including message assignment to specific incidents making them a matter of record thereby providing complete two-way traceability. Outgoing communications can be sent as a mass notifications or specifically targeted to private contacts or narrowed even further by area code, zip code, or area code and exchange number (first six numbers).
Chronological Accounting!
All notifications are logged in a law enforcement style blotter format allowing for a chronological view from the time an incident is initiated to its completion. This provides an accounting of messages sent and received, methods of distribution, forms of distribution, distribution recipients, date and time of distribution, and distribution source for complete traceability and legal considerations.
Real-time Communication!
Updates to situational information can be sent and received in real-time from the system as well as posted in the system’s Emergency Message Center (public). Notifications are sent via three channels: text to mobile devices, email, and the Web (available via the Emergency Message Center).
Centralization of Information - Checklists, Plans, Tasks, Training Management & More!
EVE EMC is well beyond just a communications system. With supporting applications like document, media, task, event, time managers and more, EVE EMC is provides a centralized 24/7 portal from which to access information. The document center and system file manager allows public and private access to and distribution of critical checklists, plans, guides, manuals, pamphlets, video, audio, images, procedures, and more in the planning and training for a crisis as well as during an actual event.
A Host of Operational Support Applications!
EVE EMC supports a host of ancillary support applications such as the Public/Private Events Publisher, System Content Manager, Julian Time Calculator, Time Tracker (Timesheets), Public and Private Contact and List Managers, Task Manager, P.O. Manger, a Web Forum and others, which can be used to support day-today operations, planning, and training efforts.
System Send Mail!
Users of the system can use the system’s send mail feature to contact Emergency/Crisis Administrators if they do not have access to a mobile phone or email account.
Facilities Inventory!
EVE EMC allows each building to be cataloged to an infinite degree of detail; e.g. exits, fire suppression locations, room contents, floor plans, elevation, chemical hazards, physical hazards, special characteristics.
Geographic Separation/Redundancy!
Because the system is Web-based and therefore accessed via the Internet, the system is geographically separated from the point-of-use or origin. This allows for increased operational availability and integrity of information command and control.
Increases Efficiency & Reduces Time!
Faster access to information and the ability to quickly adjust actions in concert with incoming real-time intelligence helps reduce the loss of life and property while reducing recovery time.
Point N Click Operation!
Intuitive and easy to use point and click operation.
Security Hardened!
For cyber security the system has an integrated security engine called EVE Intercept™ (patent pending) for examining actions on the system to increase data privacy and security. Intercept autonomously monitors and intercepts hacking exploits, suspect Internet requests, attempted tampering, and provides automated countermeasures while alerting system administrators to any attempt to compromise the system’s integrity. With an automated defensive tempo EVE Intercept™ (patent pending) scales up and down autonomously with hostile or unauthorized attempts to access the system.
Already Proven!
The system is deployed in higher education institutions, home communities, and businesses and as such has been used during both nature and human initiated events and performed flawlessly.
No Software to Load or Maintain or Special Equipment to Purchase!
EVE EMC is Web-based and is therefore does not run on a local computing platform. The system is updated automatically ensuring a cost effective and legacy resistant solution.