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Posted: Sunday, February 5, 2017 8:19 PM

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At present, most people in America live in a gated community. Living in a gated community means having a secure environment. It gives protection from outside disturbances. For example, only homeowners are permitted to enter the vicinity. No outsiders or strangers are allowed and visitors will be thoroughly checked.

While the world is becoming a more dangerous place, being in a gated community gives relief to people who wants to live peacefully. However, these gated communities bring a lot of disadvantages.

For some cases, emergency responders like health personnel, police, and firefighters in Florida find it difficult to respond quickly to emergency calls because of gated entrance. They have to wait for the keys or security guards to open the gate for them. This delay may lead to failure of saving lives or properties.

Now, there is Emergency Vehicle Access Control or EVAC which can solve this problem. It is a simple yet efficient device which gives assistance emergency personnel.

How It Works

Emergency Vehicle Access Control is a radio-controlled system. It works with a coded remote which is only available for emergency responders. Since only a person of authority knows the code, no one else will be able to use it aside from them. Then, there will be a receiver to be installed at the gates or the entrance of the community.

With simple push-the-button option, the authorities do not need to to fumble for keys nor sound their sirens to open the gates. It helps them smoothly perform their duties. We know how important even a millisecond is when it comes to saving lives. This latest technology, although it seems simple, can actually save precious lives.

When responding to a fire, EVAC, together with firefighters can save properties and lives. For medical personnel, they can extend and save patient’s lives. Police officers can also benefit from EVAC by catching thieves, burglars, and criminals as fast as they can.

Contact us at 239-274-1789 now for information on how your unit in can gain access to gated communities, private homes, and businesses in Florida with the push of a button.

The following entities have already installed EVAC;
Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District
City of Naples Fire-Rescue Department
Collier County Government
East Naples Fire Control and Rescue District
Estero Fire Rescue
Fort Myers Shores Fire Department
Iona McGregor Fire Protection & Rescue Service District
Marco Island Fire Rescue Department
Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District
North Fort Myers Fire Control District
Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District

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