The Command Centre lays at the heart of AETOS Assist, a security, medical and travel risk management service from Collinson, AETOS and Crisis24.
Collinson partner, AETOS, has announced the go live of their next-generation, 5G Integrated Command Centre (ICC). Launched in Singapore by Mr. Desmond Lee, Minister for National Development and Minister-in-charge of Social Services Integration, the ICC is the first of its kind in Singapore to offer a visualisation of unified operations on the nation's largest 3D Digital Twin environment.
The new 5G-enabled data-driven Command Centre, is key to the recently launched strategic partnership between AETOS, Collinson and Crisis24 - AETOS Assist. An end-to-end integrated security and travel risk management service to businesses, AETOS Assist will strengthen Crisis24 and Collinson’s presence in the Asia-Pacific region; enabling organisations to fulfil their duty of care and protect employees in the region and around the world.
From pre-travel risk assessment, real-time security intelligence and people tracking through to crisis management, emergency evacuations and global medical assistance, AETOS Assist will provide specialised support and 24/7/365 peace of mind for business travellers and expatriates. Their medical solution will also include seamless and secure COVID-related travel tests and assistance, to help organisations manage the current pandemic and safeguard workforce health.