The Office of Unified Communications, in conjunction with the Mayor and Police and Fire Departments of Washington D.C. encourage all residents and visitors to create a Safety Profile with Smart911.View
Todd Piett, Chief Product Officer for Rave Mobile Safety, begins the Rave Learning Series with the presentation, "CMAS vs. Text Messaging"View
FSU Guardian: Protecting Students at Florida StateView
Mobility and Education Technology Solutions from Rave & AT&TView
Creating a Safety Profile: Rave Guardian & Rave Alert at CSCCView
FSU Guardian is a new service that allows you to rapidly provide information about yourself to the FSUPD during an emergency. By building a personal profile, information about you can be immediately accessed by FSUPD dispatchers should you call from a registered cell phone. FSU Guardian can also provide police with GPS coordinates from your phone -- if available- , which can decrease response time and allow first responders to locate you should you not be able to give them your location.
Cathy Randall, Coordinator at Aiken County, SC 9-1-1 gives her thoughts on Smart911, explaining how Aiken County call takers and first responders are receiving timely, supplemental call data to help speed and enhance the effectiveness of their emergency response.
Duane Phillips, Director for the Metro Nashville Emergency Communications Center, discusses Smart911, the Next Generation 9-1-1 safety software solution which provides 9-1-1 call takers and first responders with critical supplemental data in the event of a 9-1-1 call.
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