REACT and Lenel to Demonstrate Integrated Security and Mass Notification at ISC West 2011

Integrated software provides comprehensive solution for managing the security, safety and emergency response of organizations.

Las Vegas, NV, April 07, 2011 --( REACT Systems, Inc.™ and Lenel Systems International, Inc., a business of UTC Fire & Security, will demonstrate an integrated solution for security management and mass notification at the ISC West trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada April 6-8, 2011.

Through use of the Lenel OnGuard™ DataConduIT API, REACT automates notification of response procedures to the organization based on events in the OnGuard security management system. Security events such as door breaches, intelligent video and a wide variety of other events can automatically provide response instructions to first responders, mobile guards, administrators, staff and visitors. Messages to all recipients are provided with the appropriate instructions for response according to the responsibilities of those individuals.

“This can significantly cut down the time it takes to respond to an emergency,” said Jeremy Krinitt, VP Product Marketing at REACT. “During some emergencies we have seen many minutes pass before communication is initiated. Immediate communication can greatly reduce the scale and impact of the emergency.”

Notification takes place via computer desktop, public display, cell phones, telephones, email and through integration to radio, PA, LED board and giant voice systems. Also, events initiated in the REACT software, through the bi-directional interface with Lenel OnGuard, also are displayed and tracked in OnGuard Alarm Monitoring. This interface also allows automation of security actions such as changing access levels and locking doors all based on initiation of REACT alerts.

"The interface with OnGuard and REACT automates and manages communications based on security events," said Luis Orbegoso, President of Lenel. “Organizations can provide immediate response to time-sensitive information and the visibility to any security events that can impact a business and its employees."

REACT and Lenel’s OnGuard will be demonstrated fully integrated at the ISC West show in Las Vegas, NV from April 6-8, 2011 at the UTC Fire & Security booth #11087.

Media Contact:
Jeremy Krinitt
VP Product Marketing
REACT Systems, Inc.

About REACT Systems, Inc.
REACT Systems™, Inc. is the innovator and leader in high performance, reliable, global mass notification and critical communication systems that unify critical actions in emergencies and time-sensitive situations. REACT enables health care providers, educational institutions, public safety agencies, facility operators and corporations to dramatically improve effectiveness in critical response by assuring incident readiness and real-time, coordinated response. The REACT system can notify first responders and those at risk anywhere in the world, within seconds, delivering targeted video, audio, voice and text-based information via any mode of communication. It is cost effective, fully scalable and configurable for ease of installation, integration and change management. REACT products are commercially available and can be quickly deployed. For more information, visit

About Lenel
Lenel, a business of UTC Fire & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX), provides enterprise software, integrated systems and access control systems to manage multiple security systems, real-time intelligent video content analysis, biometric access, smart card applications, and visitor management systems for corporate and government security customers. For more information visit

About UTC Fire & Security
UTC Fire & Security provides fire safety and security solutions to more than 1 million customers worldwide on an annual basis. Headquartered in Connecticut, U.S., UTC Fire & Security is a business of United Technologies Corp., which provides high technology products and services to the building and aerospace industries worldwide. More information can be found on

REACT Systems, Inc.
Jeremy Krinitt