Help Point System in revamped See Something, Say Something Campaign

Help Point System See Something Say SomethingThe Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) is approaching the 15-year anniversary of the “See Something, Say Something” campaign, which has become a worldwide mantra to keep our communities safe by being vigilant and having an awareness of our surroundings.

The MTA is using this anniversary to refresh the campaign. The new campaign features every day New Yorkers who took a few minutes out of their day to “say something” when the saw suspicious activity or package, either by reaching out to a station attendant or using a Help Point Unit. Displayed in some of these videos are the Help Point Units, with its recognizable blue beacons. Help Point Units are built to help New Yorkers in “saying something” when an attendant is not readily available, or in times of emergency.

Boyce Technologies mission has always been, and continues to be, to create innovative, reliable, and accessible life safety solutions for mass transit riders. The effectiveness and longevity of “See Something, Say Something” campaign motivates us to keep building and installing Help Point Units for the entire New York City Transit system.

We are proud to help make New York City a safer place. If you see any suspicious activity, look for the blue beacon.

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