Inform and Empower When Time and Communication are Critical
OnSolve mass notification and emergency communication solutions offer the most complete set of global notification and collaboration software available today. Our solutions provide critical functionality needed by aerospace and defense firms in scenarios, including crisis management, IT service management, corporate communications, customer relations, supply chain management and event management.
OnSolve solutions are tailored to the unique requirements of armed services, defense technology, and aerospace / space exploration entities. For these organizations, it is critical to have a powerful, secure and reliable emergency notification system in place to keep military and civilian personnel informed during times of crisis, as well as during day-to-day operations.
Providing for the Unique Needs of Aerospace and Defense
OnSolve enables aerospace and defense companies to streamline communication without sacrificing security:
- Activate alerts to IT management and security staff regarding threats, suspicious activity, security breaches, data exposure, etc.
- Build person-by-person or group-by-group escalation strategies
to locate the people who can resolve issues.
- Automate severe weather on mobile phones, landlines, desktops and more to inform military field and other deployed resources.
- Utilize a Geographical Information Service (GIS) for targeting alerts by location in the case of regional threats.
- Define hierarchical, role-based permissions by divisions and subdivisions for heightened security and control.
- Implement a closed-loop communication process with detailed reporting of who received alerts, when and with what responses.
Helping Streamline Operations at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
To improve response time to network events, NASA relies on the mass notification and communication technology provided by OnSolve. This powerful and reliable emergency notification system provides the secure communication that is critical in avoiding computing delays and in solving critical network events affecting NASA’s Office of Space Flight.