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Command Center Software

Authorized users of Metis Secure’s map-based Command Center software can monitor their facilities, quickly send alerts, and answer calls for help from on or off site, through any internet browser.


Emergency Communications: Take Control of Your Existing Systems

The E-CIM (Emergency Communications Information Manager) system is powered by Metis Secure emergency communications software, connected to your site’s existing computer screens, IP phones, PA systems, email servers, digital signs, and almost any other analog or digital communications device.


IP Panic Buttons: A Digital Hotline to First Responders

If an emergency strikes your site, your ability to respond effectively will rely in part on how quickly people in trouble can let you know they need help. Sometimes, your people may need to discreetly summon help—for example, when an agitated person in your lobby confronts a receptionist. Or, they may need to call for help while on the move.


Virtual Panic Button Activation and GPS Enabled Key Fob using GSM

Redundant Communications and Power Networks

The Metis Secure combined software and hardware system relies on multiple, independent communication technologies to help ensure that it works when all else fails. Our unique, patented emergency communications backbone includes:

Wi-Fi or Wired Ethernet

The Metis Secure platform operates on your local area network via Wi-Fi or wired ethernet connection

Wireless Mesh Network

As a critical back-up if IP networks fail in an emergency, the Metis Secure system relies an independent wireless network that communicates within and between buildings.


Radio Broadcast Data System (RBDS) is a communications protocol for embedding digital information in FM radio broadcasts.


Security and Life Safety Integration

The Metis Secure system is built to tie together security and life safety systems and leverage your previous investments. The Metis Secure Command Center integrates with video, access control, handheld radios, gas detectors, IP phones, outdoor loudspeakers, email/text alert services, and other security and life safety systems.

Desktop Alert Video