BlueBox AlertNET

Front Panel 12BBlueBox AlertNET targets small to medium sized factories, ports, road tunnels, oil & gas facilities etc, In fact any site with an emergency plan or emergency response team would benefit from the introduction of an AlertNET system. Developed to automate the management of critical alarms, incidents, events and threats. AlertNET is a multi-modal platform with many communications options including sms, paging, two-way radio (conventional and digital), Tetra radio, email, public address pre-recorded announcements, radio telemetry and LED public information displays. AlertNET is prepared with pre-scripted scenarios for one or more of the following applications.

  • Fire & gas alarm notification
  • Incident Control Points
  • Lone-worker / man-down monitor
  • Critical process and plant failure notification
  • Assisted evacuation / safe haven
  • Deaf alarm and disabled refuge
  • Threat alert and site lock-down.
  • Emergency team call-out and ERT radio communications

BlueBox Alertnet Datasheet


Typical Uses

Fire, gas, threat and process failure alert with group or team mobilization, false evacuation prevention, assisted and smart evacuation. escalating incident response. Mobile process and safety messaging.

No two  sites are ever the same, Sigteq can provide advice on automated risk mitigation. Effective emergency team response, incident and disaster communications.

Typical Users

Small to medium sized industrial facilities with potentially hazardous operations. Highly automated facilities with minimal man-power at night or weekends.  Remote and un-manned sites.  Facilities experiencing costly evacuations or process failures. Emergency response teams. On-call personnel.  Sites with gas detection.


The AlertNET is typically housed in a custom wall or rack mounted enclosure with a central communications bank of plug-able option cards. These include paging, sms, radio etc. Sigteq provide a 3D modeling service for custom enclosure design.


The AlertNET is available with a range of accessories, including paging and two-way radio infrastructure, man-down alarm devices and LED displays.

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Manual and Automated Alert

This emphasis is on the written plan, this tends to draw attention away from the process itself and the original objective of achieving the most effective turn-out, response and conclusion of the incident in hand. Automating aspects of emergency response, including team call-out, community alert, access management will save time and free up personnel to deal with the threat at hand .

Highly Automated Operations

Today's highly automated production and plant management techniques can benefit form a direct like between the operator and process.
In the event of a worker related incident both process and suitable emergency response are trigger automatically.