Organisations face many challenges keeping their people safe during bushfires, floods and other natural disasters.
A key challenge is communicating quickly with hundreds or thousands of people – no matter what device they’re using, or where they are.
That’s possible with next-generation networked emergency communications, which allows rapid coordination of many people.
An Australian organisation that’s implemented such a system is Macquarie University. To see why it uses BlackBerry’s AtHoc crisis communications system, watch this video:
Learn more about how Macquarie University used BlackBerry AtHoc to solve its communication challenges by downloading the case study.
The case study details:
- the university’s goals when choosing a communication platform
- the capabilities BlackBerry AtHoc has provided the university
- how the university used BlackBerry AtHoc to respond to a flood, which was caused by a plumbing failure
Download the case study by filling in the form on the right.