Building Intelligence, the company behind award-winning software, SV3, announced its renewal of the Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act (SAFETY Act) for all the modules within their cloud-based security software solutions.
After earning SAFETY Act Designation in 2015, Building Intelligence was awarded SAFETY Act certification in 2019 for SV3. Primarily used for managing visitors, vehicles, and vendors, SV3 is now SAFETY Act Certified and has been renewed for another five years.
The renewal of this certification continues to make Building Intelligence and its software, SV3, stand out from the visitor management market, making them the only visitor and vehicle management solution to obtain the highest level of accreditation and federal recognition.
The SAFETY Act of 2002 (Support Anti-terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act) provides incentives for the development and deployment of anti-terrorism technologies and establishes liability limitations for claims resulting from an act of terrorism where Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technologies (QATTs) have been deployed. Building Intelligence and the SV3 platform, including SV3 Vehicle, SV3 Vendor and SV3 Visitor, are now listed on the exclusive DHS Approved Products List for Homeland Security.
This is further validation of our SV3 technology and our effort and commitment to our clients and business partners," said Jeffrey C. Friedman, CEO, Building Intelligence. “The SAFETY Act Certification, the highest quality standard available, assures our current and future clients that they receive downstream liability protections in the event of a terrorist act.
Designation and Certification under the SAFETY Act offer legal protection for companies if their technology is ever put to the test by a terrorist attack. Designation status, for example, caps a company's insurance liability after an incident, and those with Certification status can assert the Government Contractor Defense against claims arising from acts of terrorism.