Monitor the status of your siren system online with SIMON

SIMON is a secure, cloud-based solution for monitoring the status of our siren warning systems. It supplements existing feedback systems such as our CCCS operating software with the option of monitoring siren status outside the central control centre. This allows fire brigades, municipalities or service technicians to monitor their sirens via a web browser on a mobile phone, tablet or PC. SIMON is also suitable as a supplement to siren warning systems without an existing feedback system.

There is often a reluctance to actively manage the sirens on the internet. That is why SIMON limits itself to status display via the cloud. This is possible without security concerns.

The modern, cloud-based web platform stores the status data of the sirens and makes it available online to authorised users. User rights can be individually defined, such as which sirens and which status data a user sees. 

In interaction with an existing feedback system such as the PC-based solution CCCS, the software reports the status of the sirens directly to SIMON via a secure connection. The existing communication can be used. As a stand-alone solution without an existing feedback system, the sirens report their status independently. 


Secure login in the cloud via security functions

Authorised access for individual users with different rights

Transmission of the siren status generally once a day to the cloud


  • Message in case of technical problems
  • Message when an alarm is triggered

Different views:

  • Overview
  • History
  • Details
  • Last alarm


SIMON modernises siren monitoring: the status of sirens is available to selected users at any time and from anywhere. Fault analysis is simplified by a detailed problem report directly to the user's mobile phone. With its cloud-based approach, SIMON is a further step towards digital disaster management.


  • Extension of feedback to additional users
  • Remote monitoring of the siren status
  • Siren status can be monitored at any time and from anywhere via the web
  • Active reporting to external (e.g. maintenance technicians) in case of technical problems
  • Increase of system availability through timely detection of malfunctions