System Features at a Glance
Add your users and their information or Edit/Remove the existing one.
You can add or edit their names, give them a pin with which they will be able to log in the NeatGuard mobile application, or even revoke their patrol license and reassign it to them.
Manage Check Points
You can add Check Points, fill in a name, some notes that will be displayed on your guard’s device when he scans the specific checkpoint or you can assign it to a client’s site, by selecting a client and a site from the drop-down lists. You can also delete any of your checkpoints, just by selecting them and click on ‘Remove’, or add more. You can even print them on your own!
Create Incident Types and use them in Templates.
Create a Route and enter a description for your route, select the guard you want to follow the specific route, set the start date/time, the end date/time, choose whether you like it to be a loose schedule or not and if your users will receive alerts by email, if it will recurs daily, weekly or monthly and finally manage the route’s check points by clicking on the respective button.
Android Mobile App
The mobile app runs on the Rugged Handheld Android device and becomes one tool for all of Guard’s / Officer’s activities.
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Performing a Tour
At the start of a shift or before beginning a patrol, an officer uses ANDROID HANDHELD to read his or her unique officer button. This ensures that all subsequent tour activity is associated with that officer. Alternatively, the Android Application also provides User Login. The officer is now ready to visit each of the location buttons in the route, touching ANDROID HANDHELD to each NFC button to confirm the visit.
As the officer moves from location button to location button, touching each with ANDROID HANDHELD, the reader records the time and the location of NFC button ID.
Buttons are physically mounted at these locations — on walls, floors, in closets, inside or outside of a facility, or adjacent to fire extinguishers to facilitate periodic extinguisher checks. Various types of mounting techniques can be used depending on the location, with more secure casing designed for areas where vandalism is a possibility.
The data is transferred to Server in real-time and in places where there is no GSM Coverage, all incidents and logs will be stored in the local memory and send out once the ANDROID HANDHELD comes into 3G coverage.
SmartGuard software processes the information gathered by ANDROID HANDHELD and produces a variety of reports. These typically include summary reports or detail reports filtered by tour, by a specific location or set of locations, or by date range. Tour reports and rule reports show whether all locations were visited as required. Download reports show each button read, in sequence.
Exception reports and Mapping Interface provided by SmartGuard Web application will simplify the manager’s job by quickly pointing to problems, permitting management by exception with less time and effort.