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18 Dec

Vigilance Software 3.0 Release

We are pleased to announce that Vigilance Emergency Notification Software version 3.0 will be made available on January 16th, 2016.  This is the most exciting release to date, including many of the features our growing customer base has requested.  Here are some of the more exciting features that are now available.

 
SIP (Session Initiated Protocol)
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) allows for Vigilance to communicate directly with other communication systems across existing network infrastructure.  SIP integrations include voice communications to building phones, or through a PBX to any other phone or connected voice device.
 
ROIP (Radio Over Internet Protocol)
Radio over IP  (RoIP) extends the use of SIP to allow direct communication from Vigilance software to wireless radios.  RoIP can be used locally to campus radios, or can be extended onto existing municipal radio networks including, but not limited to facilities, security and fire personnel.
 
CAP (Common Alerting Protocol)
The Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) is a digital format for exchanging emergency alerts that allows a consistent alert message to be disseminated simultaneously over many different communications systems. With CAP Vigilance can be integrated with other Public Alert and Warning Systems.
 
3rd Party Integration (API)
Our development team writes software integrations to other platforms through the use of an Advanced Programming Interface (API). This type of integration allows platforms to communicate at a software level eliminating the need for labor intensive wiring., and complex relay configuration.  With these integrations we can take control of your existing systems strengthening your security protocols.