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Evtec Lira

Evtec Lira

The idea of Live Information Reporting Assistant was initially developed as a cost effective solution for the better facilitation of security patrolling in Singapore. The LIRA server is a management system that allows the easy supervision of live reporting conducted by staff on the ground.

LIRA involves the use of a mobile application in smart phones and near-field communication technology in order for staff members to write and submit reports while they are on the ground.

The use of NFC tags allow our clients to with checkpoint tours for their staff in any compound or facility. These staff are then required to follow the checkpoints while they do their rounds. Staff can also report any incident to the server immediately, when something is out of the ordinary.

The LIRA system is an effective way of monitoring live reports for management of security, facilities and logistics. Please refer to the technology tab for more information.

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January 18, 2012

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