Our system focuses on three key priorities for our users.
What is the point of a system no one can use? We ensure our system is simple and easy to use for all users.
Our system ensures families feel safe by guaranteeing that only wanted visitors are allowed into a community.
By tracking incidents within the system, secuirty personel can relate community data insights in the investigation.
Our mobile app ensures that interfacing with our system is convenient and easy. Ensuring the tools to manage guests are on the resident at all times results in higher usage of the system leading to enhanced control.
Information gathering and data are essential in carrying out an investigation or when reporting an incident. Tools have been built into the software suite to make it easier to track ongoing investigations or simply to file reports for incidents that may have occured. All of this data is easily accessable and stored in one place.
Inspired by modern UI design, we provide community leaders with the tools they need to fully manage residents and guests while ensuring it is simple enough to keep these lists up to date.
Keep track of incidents and movement volumes within a community. Presenting monthly data in a visual manner will help community leaders understand community trends. These insights can be acted on by community leaders.
We are a team of four based out of Kingston Ontario.
Isabela Dominguez is third year computer engineering in the innovation stream student at Queen's University with four years of programming background. She has a variety of knowledge in Java, C, Unity, Swift, and MATLAB. She won first place in QHacks in 2017.
Naveta Padda is a third year Applied Mathematics and Engineering student specializing in computing and communications. Naveta has two years of programming experience and brings her background in marketing and number analytics to the team.
Alex McKinnon is a third year computer engineering student with four years of programming experience. Alex brings to the team his knowledge of the Swift Programming language and his background in system administration.