ONit Alert

Next Generation Monitoring - Inform React Recover


Schools and universities, of all sizes, face the challenge of providing a safe and secure environment, while meeting tight budgetary constraints. We often find that the traditional system is too limited to meet the organizations true needs. ONit Alert's goal is to provide institutions with critical information as fast as possible, and give them the tools with what to do next.

The ONit Alert solution will help schools and universities apply proven protocols and response plans to improve efficiency and effectiveness during critical moments, resulting in a very safe environment for its associates, customers and assets.  ONit Alert is capable of a range of solutions, from securing and monitoring a single building to integrating with alarm systems for campuses and remote locations.

Alarm systems are crucial for schools and universities.  With the addition of ONit Alert, your basic alarm system transforms into a next generation alarm.  This new capability will alert you via text (SMS) and give you the ability to respond appropriately.  The system then updates the key personnel and the central station based on those responses. 

Our monitored alarms can be configured to work with virtually any type of device:

  • Panic/Duress Buttons
  • Smoke & Heat Detectors
  • Motion and Glass-Break Sensors 
  • Power Failures
  • Refrigeration Monitoring
  • Gas Detection   
  • High/Low Temperature Sensors

Beyond security, ONit Alert’s next generation monitoring can help optimize educational institutions and provide business continuity. Now key personnel will be able to react, communicate and respond within seconds of an alarm.

Key benefits of our solution include:

  • Emergency Notification - Immediately send emergency notification to a specific set of relevant personnel or your entire organization via SMS and/or a secure web interface.
  • Off Premises Emergency Notification - Easily connect with systems like smartphones, SMS text messaging and social networking systems including Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.