WHAT’S UP Damage Control

Designed to manage and protect operational functions in high-stakes environments.

What’s UP Damage Control is a system designed to manage and protect various operational functions in high-stakes environments. It serves as a Warning, Host, Alert, Task, and Support system, ensuring seamless communication and task allocation even in challenging situations.
It’s also created to guarantee an organization’s continuity after a disaster by using an automatic backup process for fail-over systems.


Operation Continuity Assurance

What’s UP Damage Control ensures uninterrupted operations, minimizing downtime and potential revenue loss during disasters or operational disruptions.

Efficient Communication and Coordination

By streamlining communication through messaging, warnings, alerts, and task management, to a role and function onboard the system reduces response time and improves coordination, allowing individuals to effectively address operational challenges.


Its robust security measures, including encrypted voice transmission, secure mobile connections, and device management protocols, safeguard sensitive data and operations.


Impact Scenarios

What’s UP utilizes impact scenarios to facilitate rapid response and recovery plans for various types of damage or disturbances, from small-scale issues to large disasters. It provides critical damage control procedures.


What’s UP integrates with different operational systems, ensuring adaptability in communication and coordination.

WCMS PBX Application

Built on a Linux operating system, the PBX application offers reliable telecommunications functions tailored for specific applications to add naval functions.

Fortinet Wireless Network

Fortinet network equipment and software provide a wireless network to ensure connectivity and secure communication. The system includes a Virtual Controller and Access Points to virtualize wireless LAN, allowing connection for handhelds and other wireless hardware.

System Specifications

Wi-Fi Standards

Supports 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.11ax, 802.11K, and 802.11r standards for wireless communication.


Utilizes dual Fortinet Controllers for redundancy, ensuring uninterrupted service in case of controller failure.


Implements fault-tolerant mechanisms to maintain system performance under adverse conditions.


Offers scalability and interoperability with other systems, enabling seamless integration and expansion according to operational needs.


The Wireless Communication System is implemented with Wireless Access Points granting access to users via the RADIUS protocol.

How It Works

  1. The system continuously monitors various operational functions.
  2. Using predetermined impact scenarios, the system identifies any issues or disturbances that arise.
  3. Once an issue is detected, the system automatically generates alerts and warnings to relevant personnel based on your role and funtion
  4. Simultaneously, the system assigns tasks based on predefined procedures and protocols. For example, in a network outage, tasks may include troubleshooting steps or activating backup systems.
  5. What’s UP facilitates communication and coordination among team members by providing ad hoc messaging capabilities. 
  6. In a disaster or disruption, the system activates fail-over processes and automatic backup systems to ensure business continuity.
  7. Advanced security measures, such as RADIUS protocol, VPN and MAC filtering, are implemented to safeguard data and devices.