Founded in 1950, Todd Research has a proud history of designing, manufacturing and supplying X-ray scanners, metal detectors and blast suppression equipment. Since developing the world’s first mailroom X-ray scanner in 1973, their product range now covers a wide range of security solutions; each designed to aid the detection of suspect devices.
“Our products are used in over 80 countries and our customers span the commercial and government markets” comments Todd’s Business Development Manager Martyn Stanley, “ we are conscious that when a suspect package is detected, there is an immediate need to communicate vital information to ensure a timely response is delivered”. Martyn continues, “We have now integrated our mailroom scanners with the Callmy Alert service. When a suspect item is detected, a push of a button instantly delivers a message to the response team, via their Callmy Alert app, who can then take the required steps. If communications need to be escalated or if a site needs to be locked down, Callmy Alert once again comes into play. In an instant a message can be delivered to user’s smartphones, tablets and desktops. Callmy Alert can be used in a variety of situations and will help our customers to overcome physical threats, cyber related incidents and infrastructure failures”.
We hope Todd Research customers will benefit from the new integration with Callmy Alert and use the capability to support their emergency response and business continuity.
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