A patent-pending PAVA system is a unique and inventive way to ensure an individual has sufficient insurance coverage during the time of his or her injury and/or disability. The policies offered under this system can give you peace of mind knowing that you are protected should you be injured in an accident, become disabled, or be faced with medical expenses at any point in your life. PAVA systems (or pepper spray) are used worldwide by law enforcement and private security to aid in the immobilization and control of persons, or to reduce the risk of assault or injury. They are useful in close quarter encounters where conventional means are less effective against an assailant. A PAVA System allows the user to act from a safer distance, giving them time to escape or call for assistance.
A PAVA (Pyrotechnic Actuated Vehicle Arrestor) system is a device that is used to mechanically retard the motion of an aircraft on the ground when its engines are running. It consists of a net or several nets between steel cables, designed to be deployed on the runway to trap a plane if it overruns the runway end. It also can contain material to fill in any gouge caused by "overrunning" an aircraft. A paintball air system or PAVA system as it is sometimes called, consists of a tank, regulator, compressed air and a line setup. This allows players to use tanked compressed gas on their markers to be able to play paintball.
What are the systems required for a PAVA system to work?
1. The PAVA system works using a light source, which emits ultraviolet light. The ultraviolet light then ounces into the skin and triggers the production of melanin. Melanin, a dark pigment in the skin, is what is responsible for protecting your skin from UV rays. It also gives your skin its color.
2. The PAVA system uses an applicator with a roller tip that has a UV light emitting diode (LED). The LED consists of a plastic tube that houses a light bulb and an electrical wire. These LEDs are powered by a power supply unit, housed in the control unit of the PAVA system.
3. The control unit contains all of the electronics that are needed to run the device. It controls the power supply unit, which in turn powers the LED. The control unit is connected to a computer running special software that controls the computer to send out commands to various components of the device.
4. The computer also contains an electronic timer that sends out signals to tell when to turn on/off or start/stop any component of the device being used to administer PAVA.
5. A perimeter alarm system is an alarm system designed to protect a single property. It is usually monitored by a central station and consists of fixed security points: access control, intrusion detection and vehicle detection. PAVA systems are only useful when there is a threat from the outside, such as an intruder.
A PAVA system can be installed in two ways:
A PAVA system is a security system that is designed to help protect your business and its assets. Another name for it is a panic alarm or a panic button.
1. Installed on an existing CCTV system
2. Installed as a stand-alone system
A PAVA system is required when either of the following occurs:
1. A business owner has been assaulted or threatened
2. A burglary has occurred at a business premises
PAVA systems are helpful in both cases because they can raise the alarm faster than any other type of security system, such as an audible fire or burglar alarm or even a personal attack alarm. PAVA systems can also help to ensure that businesses comply with the law and regulations in their area, which may require that they have an alarm system and/or panic buttons on hand at all times.
Why it is best to use a voice evacuation system for emergency warning?
Unlike an alarm bell, the voice evacuation system can be used continuously and alerts everyone in a short time. It can also be used to ensure that everyone witnesses an emergency message.
It was very interesting to see how this Voice Evacuation System worked on a daily basis. After watching how it operates at PAVA, I believe more governments should definitely consider voice evacuation as a viable option for emergency warning and as a way of disseminating important information quickly and effectively to every resident in their communities.