United Kingdom

Airbox produces the most comprehensive suite of situational awareness tools available anywhere on both desktop PCs and mobile platforms. Designed for planning, execution and after action review, Airbox software is trusted by law enforcement, military, special forces, search & rescue, fire and medical emergency services. With over 400 hundred maps available to use and the option to create your own, the base level map can sit off-line allowing operations to continue whilst no internet access is available. Take control in any situation

Improving safety outcomes

Overall increased strategic confidence >21%
Resource management for ground tasking +24%
Response times are productively reduced <38%
We aim to protect life through enabling informed decisions
Multi-platform, multi device
Multi-platform, multi device

Multi-platform, multi device

Available across iOS, Android and Windows the Airbox software scales over Laptops/PCs, tablets and mobile telephones, allowing for joint working regardless of platform or device. Granting each member of the team access to situational awareness in a format appropriate to their location and role; allowing information to pass along all levels of the organisation keeping everyone informed.

Maps and Charts
Maps, charts and overlays

Maps and Charts

Official OS maps and CAA charts are available to download and store on the device ensuring that they are available regardless of connectivity levels. Airbox also gives access to Street View and satellite mapping enabling the user to make a full assessment of the location they are about to enter. Our Aviation users also have access to Airspace overlays giving them critical information for planning their routes in high traffic areas.

Schematics and Overlays
Schematics

Schematics and Overlays

Understanding the space around you is crucial in situational awareness. Adding building schematics, site layouts or even pre-planned routes to the Airbox software will allow your teams to make informed decisions. Having schematics at your fingertips ensures that critical minutes are not lost trying to locate safe entry/exit points and allows remotely located team members to have a better understanding of the environment that teams on the ground are operating in.

Annotation
Annotation

Annotation

Adding annotations to the map is a powerful tool, allowing for clear information sharing with users in your mission. Freehand drawing, circles and geofences are used to mark hot, warm and cold zones with geofences alerting (by banner and sound) if a user crosses into it. Adding Points of Interest to the map such as Rendezvous Points and giving them a title gives a visual marker to users and the title allows for it to become searchable and therefore easy to navigate to.

Tracking
Tracking

Tracking

Tracked assets can be Airbox users, or via integrations with third party trackers. Tracking assets within the Airbox software give remote viewers knowledge of where their teams are allowing for easy redeploying of assets close to an incident or event. Allowing assets to be tracked also assists the safety of lone workers in dangerous situations, as a remote viewer will have knowledge of their location via the software.

E-Logging
E-Logging

E-Logging

The ability to create an observation log within the Airbox system allows for each detail to be logged in an auditable format which can be used for evidential purposes if required. The E-log is downloadable by the user in PDF format allowing for it to be emailed out to relevant personnel as required. Each entry is date and time stamped and any amendments are saved so that all stages of an operation are captured in real time.

Navigation
Live video

Navigation

The Airbox system allows for the building and sharing of routes by road, air and sea. Points of Interest can be navigated to reducing the need for radio communications as all assets can simply build a route with minimal screen touches. Breadcrumb trails can also be enabled, allowing users previous movement to appear which can be used in difficult terrain to follow colleagues into incident locations.

Live Video and Sensors
Navigation

Live Video and Sensors

Multiple video streams can be shared at any one time within the Airbox system allowing remote Commanders or organisation managers to view details of any incident their teams are responding to. Each user has the ability to live stream video from their device, all streamed videos are saved and can be rewatched as required. Videos can also be streamed from outside of the Airbox system via integration work allowing for footage from CCTV, Drones or body worn technology to be shared.

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