Dynamic Security Signal Measurement Platform (DSSM) is replacing an antiquated human interaction system of analyzing data manually.
What does this mean? It’s not about creating custom forms, guard tours, dispatch modules, or text messaging programs. Rather, it’s about watching constantly changing indicators within security operations having the ability to auto-respond to it. There is always change. Every event and activity fluctuation requires measurement, and the demand exists for something that has never been done before in the world of security software. Does this door alarm require a response by a physical guard? If yes, who should the guard be to handle it? If there are an elevated number of incidents occurring in one particular location, should you re-deploy on-duty responders? DSSM will provide real-time data and not just data but offer real-time direction in conjunction with machine learning.
A front gate becomes loose and there is no one around and must not have latched completely. Maybe the wind blew it open and there was no one around it and no threat. Then the intelligence of dynamic security signal measurement software would just log the incident alert someone to go close the gate. But it wouldn’t start sounding the sirens and go to Defcon four over it. Right now reactive security protocol is just that if the alarm goes off, someone is going to go run to it or figure out what is going on without any computer-aided knowledge in the decision making process.
On the flip side of that if someone is trying to drive a car through the front gate, the protocol would say to call 9-1-1 dispatch all available officers that are capable, not just closest, but capable, to get there. You need to be able to measure the situation instantly and effectively by knowing who is within the area who is properly trained to handle the situation and who can get there and how fast. Even down to know what their mode of transportation is.
It’s a perfect balance of everything we’ve created coming together, but now adding machine learning to the mix. Learning and being able to filter out what’s not important and bring to the forefront what is important.
This is different for every user, this is different for every facility, location, company, it’s going to be different for a lot of people and it has to be-be able to measure every indicator and know what needs to be done with those every time and it’s going to learn. It needs to be able to learn those responses and that information as well.
But then it’s also going to give you all of the visuals that you need, not just give you one specific module. Whether it’s tour confirmations, or your learning management systems or your incident dispatch system, you’re going to need to be able to see more than one thing at a time just in case something does happen so that you’re not looking through the straw at only one process, you need to be aware of your surrounding s and have a 360 view of the safety and security of your facility or venue or your residential community.
What does this mean for you
What it means is that you are going to react to situations faster and more efficiently, be more cost effective because you can officially distribute your workforce as needed and spend less on overhead through labor and software
We are the only ones who can do this, we’ve created this for you.