Special events are hard to manage.  Sporting events, concerts, parades and festivals have practically nothing in common except they’re large, complex, hard to mark and hard to manage.  Even if you do get your areas marked well, they’re often knocked down or blocked from view by chaos or sheer crowd size.  It’s easy enough to get disoriented under normal circumstances, let alone when you’re tasked with keeping the public safe.

With CERA for Events, you get the same comprehensive, real-time information platform used by First Responders to deploy your security and event staff where you need it.  No matter how many trees are in the park for the Renaissance festival or how much smoke and lasers are flying around the audience at your concert, you’ll be ablet to keep your public safe, and your liability down. 

Product Features

Staff can instantly report exactly what sort of threat has emerged, including precise geocoded information about where threats are emerging. 

Command staff can assess and deploy the best resources to address it, instantly.  Backup can be sent to assist with fights or crowd surges.  Firefighters can be sent to fight fires.  Medics can be directly deployed or connected with victims virtually to expedite care for any medical emergencies. 

And because CERA for Events operates in real time, command staff can adjust and make changes based on changing circumstances. 

Recent Successes

CERA for Events was the command application for 2022’s Orlando Pride, managing risk from protestors, road closures, food vendors, and crowd management. With a crowd of 150,000 attendees over 3 days, this event was held over 23 acres of public roads, pars, and commercial corridors. There were 7 simultaneous stages, and 200 performers over the course of the event.

CERA for Events’ largest application to date. With a 10 hour event of 200,000 attendees over 23 acres of a sprawling public park and adjoining street parade routes, keeping control is always difficult.  

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