Why SafeEVAC

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Get the Real-Time Intel You Need

Mere seconds can make all the difference in life or death situations.  SafeEVAC’s threat identification and evacuation plan software enables safe and rapid evacuation of a facility.

SafeEVAC is an Intelligent Evacuation Threat Assessment and Rapid Response Technology.  The technology consists of threat identification and first responder notification, signage and intelligent evacuation software, which provides instant notification to occupants within the threat area to shelter-in-place and instantly directs those who can safely evacuate to a safe exit.  With a system alert, those within the threat area that can shelter-in-place have done so, and those who can safely evacuate have substantially moved away from the threat.

Above and Beyond the Bar for Safety





Technically Feasible




Regulatory Required

Desperately Needed

Massively Appreciated



Emergency & Evacuation Plan
Signage Reimagined

No active threat SafeEVAC

The innovators designed modifications to the traditional exit sign thus creating an Intelligent exit sign and evacuation signage.  From there, they added speaker, microphone, camera, threat and active shooter detection sensor along with strobe lights to the exit sign.

Intelligent evacuation technology was developed next.  Utilizing exit lighting, arrows, strobe lights, and a speaker, the system promptly delivers clear and concise information about the nature of the threat, recommended actions, and the safest exit routes.  The emergency management system can detect a threat in a variety of manners.

School Layout & Evacuation Plan Example

Synchronized Responses Save Lives

SafeEVAC active shooter alert system and evacuation plan software doesn’t just provide real-time safety indicators to those faced by an active shooter.  It seamlessly integrates camera info and interactive floor plan data to create military-level intel for law enforcement and first responders to utilize as they secure the facility.

Eliminate The Confusion With SafeEVAC​

Questions Asked by Others, Answered by SafeEVAC

Questions Asked by Educators

Answered by SafeEVAC

Questions Asked by Parents

Answered by SafeEVAC

Questions Asked by
Law Enforcement & Security

Answered by SafeEVAC

Questions Asked by
Medical Personnel

Answered by SafeEVAC

As you can see, SafeEVAC answers so many of your questions.  When you watch some of the established training videos (see our resources page), imagine how SafeEVAC will become your new exit strategy to increase your chance of survival.   SafeEVAC technology is going to enhance so many training protocols in the future.

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SafeEVAC has contracted with CATT FORCE (Contractor Assisted Testing and Training) for all training aspects of implementing the SafeEVAC System.  CATT FORCE provides one-of-a-kind venues (i.e. Muscatatuck Training Center) to facilitate the Special Operations community, Law Enforcement, and First Responders.  CATT FORCE will provide the initial and ongoing CATT CERTIFIED training to SafeEVAC clients. 

SafeEVAC's 1st 2024 installation for training purposes at the DOD's Muscatatuck Training Center (MuTC).

Muscatatuck Training Center (cattforce.com)

"As Real as it Gets"

“Muscatatuck Training Center (MuTC) offers users a globally unique, urban and rural, multi-domain operating environment that is recognized as the Department of Defense’s (DOD’s) largest and most realistic urban training facility serving those who work to defend the homeland and win the peace.

Muscatatuck is a real city that includes a built physical infrastructure, a well-integrated cyber-physical environment, an electromagnetic effects system and human elements. Muscatatuck offers realistic, flexible and affordable training and testing scenarios. The site supports customized live/virtual/constructive (LVC) training, developmental testing and evaluation.

The multi-domain environment includes a physical metropolitan infrastructure, a 1,000 acre urban and rural landscape with more than 190 brick-and-mortar structures with roughly 1.5 million square feet under roof, 1.8 miles of subterranean tunnels, a cave complex, more than nine miles of roads, managed airspace, a 185-acre reservoir, and a cyber live-fire range. The Cyber Training Center is capable of supporting live offensive and defensive operations for all three tenants of multi-domain operations (MDO) at any echelon through live/virtual/constructive (LVC) training platforms. This integrated MDO environment touches the 21st Century battlefield domains of land, air, maritime, cyberspace and space and includes the electromagnetic spectrum and information environment. As users regularly add role-players to create dense urban terrain (DUT), the unpredictable realism slows operations while increasing the speed and complexity of tactical engagements.

The state of Indiana owns Muscatatuck and leases it to the U.S. Army. The National Guard manages the property as the premier advanced urban training facility used by military; local, state and national agencies; civilians and international partners.” (In.gov)

“Do not think because an accident hasn’t happened to you that it can’t happen.”


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We offer both new construction and retrofit solutions to accommodate facilities of all types.  For SafeEVAC product inquiries, please complete the product inquiry form.

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