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REKKS System Software


To effectively access all of the information gathered by the REKKS system modules, we incorporate a multidimensional software interface for complete tracking and monitoring of surveillance readings.

From the command center access point a wealth of information is available in real time including GPS and IPS locations and information about system modules wearers and handlers. The Command Center is also able to use the software interface to send outgoing messages to the field via text message, video message or audio broadcast.

The software interface is streamlined, simple to use, thorough, and easily integrated into most software platforms.

REKKS Mobile Systems Software



Crucial for effectively managing mobile surveillance systems is having access to real-time, substantive data. The PSS, KSS, and VSS, which make up our mobile systems, operate on the same structural software layout. From the Command Center access point, system monitors can access a wealth of information not only about the individual readings of each module but also of the wearer.

The wearer is represented with an icon on a map, corresponding to the type of system in operation and the unit number. By hovering over the system’s icon within the map, additional information becomes available. In the hover screen a summary of information becomes available including the wearer’s ID, the system’s current location, directional heading, any active alerts, and the modules included in the particular system.

By clicking on the module’s map icon or directly on the hover screen, the system monitor is taken to a secondary screen which displays complete system and wearer information. Within the secondary screen, a complete list of system modules is displayed along with current module readings, battery levels, and environmental readings. The module readings are displayed in color corresponding to current readings: green for OK, yellow for non-critical warnings, and red for hazardous materials or vitality warnings. Additionally, information about the system’s wearer or handler is provided, which includes their name or employee identification, duration of current shift, remaining battery life of the modules, length of employment, special training, relevant health notes, and a picture ID. Within the secondary screen interface the Command Center can send direct messages to the wearer, share their current video and audio stream and record current system readings.

REKKS Smart Perimeter Systems Software




The software for the REKKS Smart Perimeter Systems operates very similarly to the REKKS mobile systems. Installation points are reflected on a map with an icon corresponding to the system type, system number within the site network, and current system status. Hovering over the system’s map icon will provide a floating pop-up screen that identifies the system, its precise location and summary bar of status indicator lights in green, yellow, or red.

Selecting an icon will direct the system monitor to a secondary screen with comprehensive information about the system. Instead of personal information about the wearer as with the mobile systems, the SPS details: the date of installation; modules included in the system; housing materials; power sourcing, including current power readings such as effective solar power output and battery power reserves; and relevant maintenance notes. An indicator light is provided alongside each system module reflecting its current readings and system status in green for OK, yellow for non-critical warnings, and red for hazardous materials or critical system warnings.

The Command Center also has the ability to view the system’s live camera feed, previously recorded footage, or start a new recording. For systems that have included an Audio / Alarm Broadcast Modules, the Command Center can access current or stored audio information and send outgoing messages for broadcast.