Incoming alerts from QuikHelp-enabled devices
Outgoing alerts, photos and live video
Mass notification portal, photos and live video
How to send an alert above
Each channel button can represent a department, floor, building, neighborhood or other target
Photos and live security-camera video appear here to provide responders with visual awareness before they arrive
This space is for viewing text that describes each photo—optional text that can be entered by the smartphone user before each photo is taken and sent to this viewer
Alert entry window
Click channel button to select and again to deselect
Alerts from desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, Alexa-enabled voice and iOT devices appear here
1/22/2019 @ 2:32 PM
Sender's cell #: 563-987-6520
Tustin High School
1171 El Camino Real
City of Tustin
Need help in the library
Student with knife making threats
Incident location GPS map link
Alerts can also be routed to smartphones
Alerts tell responders where you are on
a GPS map including in what building,
on what floor, in what office and other incident information to minimize their response time. Also facilitates two-way communication with alerting parties.
QuikHelp can be deployed anywhere in just minutes. No special hardware, software, apps or facility modifications needed to deploy or use the system.
Click Sound button to enable alert sound on Mac and iPad
Click Clear button to clear alerts and reset viewer
Incident location map
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