In most residential areas nowadays, we have low tier to high tier security system, which mostly consist of security guards patroling residential areas. The higher tiered security system would have a guard house at the entrance and exits of the area. Traditionally, guards would patrol around the area, logging in any suspicious activity. Only when any break-in or emergency occur do they take action, this is left to the chance that they happen to pass by during a break-in. Otherwise, action would be taken against break-ins once it has occured, which, at times, may be too late — or in some cases, fatal.
But fret not! With the panic button, residents no longer need to worry if the security team would be around to dissolve a situation.
Using the concept of IoT, residents can create a red alert via their mobile phones using the system's app. The red alert created will be transmited through the internet and will be received by the receiver, equiped with the REKA Innovation Gear. In an instant, the guards will be alerted, with the details of the whereabouts of the transmitter, and action can be taken.
Security guards can also alert each other through their walky talkies, equiped with IoT embedded systems. This way, break-ins and emergency situations can be handled faster, avoiding more casualties.
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Panic Button circuitry
The Panic Button
The Panic Button allows security guards communicate with each other when an alert is made
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Use of the Internet to transmit and receive data from data collectors to the user dashboard for users to see the current state of environment based on what was collected.
This product promotes an efficient security system, allowing prevention or early detection of undesireable activity.
REKA Innovation Gear
Use of REKA's original product, the RIG for receiving and transmitting data.