With Rave Alert, known in Virginia Beach as VBAlert, festival attendees in Virginia Beach had the option of texting a keyword to a short code that would automatically sign them up for emergency alerts.
Safety & Protection
When a massive gas leak occurred right next to North Lake Middle School in Snohomish County, WA, the Rave Panic Button was able to help communicate important information to ensure the safety of the students.
In Chippewa County, Michigan, an elderly man with dementia went missing. Thanks to Rave Alert, the community was able to locate the missing man in 30 minutes.
In seconds, Rave Panic Button immediately and clearly communicates an emergency to all on-site personnel, staff, and security. This ensures your facility can rapidly initiate lockdowns, evacuations, or other emergency responses.
When William Paterson University of New Jersey made the switch to the Rave mass notification system, it was about protecting everyone on campus, including temporary visitors through the SMS Opt-In feature.
After a teacher's assistant was shot on campus at Purdue University, student and staff devices across campus lit up as the active shooter alert message went out from Campus Safety.
When COVID-19 hit, Concordia University needed an innovative way to engage all 46,000 students and over 6,000 staff, so they turned to Rave.
When this manufacturing facility adopted the Rave platform, the location’s environmental health and safety manager found that the solution instantly enhanced the company’s critical communication capabilities.
What happened? What agencies and/or departments need to be involved? How do they communicate and collaborate as the situation evolves? How are residents notified? Receive updates? HSEMD uses Rave Alert to answer these questions.
When a student was reported to have a firearm in a dorm room at the University of South Florida, the University Police were able to intervene before anyone was hurt thanks to an anonymous tip submitted by a student.