We serve the professionals who manage this land, these facilities, these complexes, and this infrastructure. CRT’s cutting-edge solutions enhance the safety, security and protection of the citizen public who work in, who frequent, and who protect these locations during the course of their daily business and activities. Our program pro-actively enables public safety (police, fire, and emergency medical) to formulate a rapid, safe, effective, and informed response to any emergency situation with a higher degree of situational awareness. CRT’s Aegis multi-media software, integrated with proven methodologies, forms the virtual “HUB” of a very sophisticated and comprehensive emergency management system. Deployment of our system can save lives, protect property assets, limit liability exposure and promote increased profitability. All of which, we believe will logically result in enhanced business and overall community resiliency.

Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources

Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 the Department of Homeland Security developed recommendations and strategies intended to enhance the protection of our nation’s critical infrastructure and key resources. Homeland Security Presidential Directive Seven (HSPD-7), enacted December 17, 2003, established U.S. Policy for enhancing Critical Infrastructure, Key Resources (CIKR) protection by establishing a framework of National Infrastructure Protection partners whose job it was to identify, prioritize, and protect the nation’s CIKR’s from terrorist attacks (National Infrastructure Protection Plan – NIPP). More recently Presidential Policy Directive 21 (PPD-21) – Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience (February 12, 2013) supersedes HSPD-7 and advances enhancements to national policy to strengthen and maintain secure, functioning, and resilient critical infrastructure.

There are 16 critical infrastructure sectors whose assets, systems, and networks, whether physical or virtual, are considered so vital to the United States that their incapacitation or destruction (total or partial) would have a debilitating effect on general security, national economic security, national public health, safety, or any combination thereof.

Sixteen (16) Identified CIKR “Sector-Specific” infrastructure and resource categories include:

  • Chemical
  • Commercial Facilities
  • Communications
  • Critical Manufacturing
  • Dams
  • Defense Industrial Base
  • Emergency Services
  • Energy
  • Financial Services
  • Food and Agriculture
  • Government Facilities
  • Health Care and Public Health
  • Information Technology
  • Nuclear Reactors Materials and Waste
  • Transportation Systems
  • Water and Wastewater Systems

Critical Response Technologies, Inc (CRT) – Facilities Served

Critical Response Technologies’ Aegis™ Software and Emergency Management Solutions, through proprietary technology, and program core element integration, can greatly improve the safety and security in each critical sector specific area identified as Critical Infrastructure, Key Resources. Many of the included facilities are the very physical structures that house activities conducted in sector specific CIKR’s. The enhancement of safety and security is accomplished by magnifying the efficiency and effectiveness of preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation, the tenants of basic emergency management.

We believe that CRT’s Aegis™ program can be the “HUB”, at the virtual center of a very comprehensive and effective emergency management system. A proactive solution to promote enhanced safety & security, utilized not only for terrorist incidents, and in response to any emergency situation, whether man-made or naturally occurring (FEMA “All Hazards”), but also for daily emergency planning, preparedness, and facility operations.

Types of Facilities served by CRT’s Aegis™ Emergency Management Solutions:

  • High-Rise Buildings
  • Office Complexes
  • Manufacturing Facilities
  • Schools (K-12 Public & Private
  • College and University Campuses
  • Hospitals and Medical Facilities
  • Bank Branches
  • Theatres
  • Shopping Malls
  • Military Bases and Facilities
  • Port Facilities
  • Concert Halls
  • Hospitality Industry (Hotel and Resorts)
  • Warehouses
  • Petroleum and Chemical Refineries
  • Sports Facilities
  • High Density Residential Complexes
  • Ships / Ocean-Going Vessels
  • Public Utilities
    • Electrical Power Generation
    • Natural Gas Generation and Distribution
    • Water and Waste Water Treatments
  • Financial Institutions
  • Public Transportation
    • Air
    • Commuter (Light Rail)
    • Roadways
  • Museums
  • City, County, State, Federal Government Complexes

  • In short any attractive “soft target” where we, the citizen public congregate for business, recreation, education, health care, entertainment, travel, shopping, etc.