In the News

Dec, 2017 - Public Alerting in Canada - Bridging the Gap - Article by Dan MacArthure and Cynthia Weeden

Nov, 2017 - DLAN Helped Make the Invictus Games a Safe and Successful Event

July, 2017 - Mississauga expands DLAN use beyond Pan Am Games Event

Feb, 2017 - City of Kingston, Ontario, Switches to DisasterLAN as their Incident Management

July, 2016 -Case Study for the TELUS Outstanding Product Achievement Award to Recognize Mobility Health (m-Health) Innovation Excellence in Canada’s Health Care Sector

Feb 8, 2016 -Toronto Upgrades to web-based incident management system (Canadian Security Magazine)

Feb 2, 2016 - City of Toronto chooses DisasterLAN as their crisis management system

Dec 8, 2015 - DisasterLAN FutureShield Incident Management Case Study - Pan Am Parapan Am Games | Toronto, 2015

June 30, 2015 - DisasterLAN Successfully Implemented by Alberta's Emergency Management Agency

Emergency Management - Response to man-made threats and natural hazards

Successful emergency management means you are constantly preparing for a crisis that you hope will never come. It means you have acquired the training, the tools, and the resources to respond to an emergency with as little damage or loss as possible.

There is an insurmountable need to be more productive and improve public safety. Communities are more integrated, organizations more complex, and the demands to respond faster to an emergency are some of the challenges emergency managers face in their roles today. With these challenges, Emergency Managers must find ways to communicate more effectively within their department, but also with other responding agencies, as well as those involved in the incident itself. They must find ways to be better prepared, and that means planning, managing resources, and training for any possible scenario.

Software and digital technology is now available for emergency managers so they can have the right information, at the right time. Customizable for each agency needs, technology is now available to improve communications, training, planning, resource management, and skill development. Technology supports the role of Emergency Managers by giving them the tools they need to make sure their team is in a constant state of readiness, and helps them respond effectively in an emergency situation

FutureShield works with government and private sector organizations to help integrate technology into their daily emergency management operations. Working with Emergency Managers and their IT team, we offer support throughout various stages; providing software solutions, consultation, training, and implementation to meet the goal of improved public safety.



Disaster Management

  • Organize and communicate effectively during a crisis situation
> DisasterLAN

Mass Notification

  • Broadcast alerts and receive responses
> Mir3

EOC Software

  • Emergency Operations and Incident Management
> DisasterLAN


  • Virtual reality training tool for command, control and communication skills training