ELI Emergency Location Interactive
Today our Reality is to be Prepared for any Situation that may Occur at a Conference, Exposition, Concert or Sporting Event where Hundreds if not Thousands of Attendees Gather.
E L I™ is a Quick and Effective Communication Tool when Seconds and Minutes Matter.
E L I™ was Created to Assist Organizers and Venues in the Ability to Pin Point the Location of a Disturbance or Situation that Requires an Immediate Response.
By Pin Pointing the Exact Area Directly on their Mobile Device, First Responders are able to Swiftly Locate and React Appropriately to the Type of Situation.
Alerts may be created to isolate situations by type and assigned to appropriate team members will various skill sets. For instance, an abandoned bag, dark stairwell, unlocked back door, or in the worst case scenario, active shooter, would alert the appropriate team of security, police, EMT or operations staff.
From an Operational Perspective, E L I™ may be utilized to respond to fires of another nature such as an angry exhibitor, a non-working escalator or a medical emergency in a booth.
E L I™ uses a discrete channel to provide location based information. The exact location is instantly and visually communicated to those who have been designated by show management. First responders will know exactly where, what and when an emergency occurred.
To overcome the limitations of push-to-talk and walkie-talkie communications, E L I™ connects authorized users to designated first responders and managers using any smart phone.
There are no apps or installation necessary.
U.S. and international patents have been filed for this unique technology. In the U.S., the Department of Homeland Security is also evaluating ELI.
Presenter: Mark Herrera, Brenda Rivers and Eric Rozenberg
From active shooters, cyber theft and domestic and international terrorism to natural disasters, recent headlines have brought home the critical need to vastly improve security precautions and procedures at meetings, conventions and events.
Legal expert Brenda Rivers, founder and CEO of Andavo Meetings, Incentives and Consulting, “Meeting planners have a legal liability to protect the safety and security of their attendees…they can be sued for failure to fulfill their duty of care…”
Released by Homeland Security