[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Two leading public safety technology innovators, Mutualink and Rave Mobile Safety, have partnered to enable faster real-time communication and information sharing with first responders during an emergency. The companies have integrated their advanced communication technologies—Rave Panic Button and Mutualink K12—into one effective, easy-to-use system. The communications platform is ideal for K-12 schools, colleges and universities, as well as hospitals, municipal buildings, retail and entertainment venues, and corporate campuses.
The combined solution instantly links onsite personnel directly with police, fire, and EMS during emergency situations. For the first time, the parties can now share critical information in real time—including push-to-talk radio, public address/intercom communications, live video streaming, and floor plans of the facility. This enables first responders to gain greater levels of transparency into an emergency situation before entering, as well as have radio interoperability with the onsite radio system, regardless of type. This increased situational awareness results in a faster, better informed, more precise and effective emergency response.
“Mutualink’s interoperable communication platform combined with Rave Panic Button takes incident collaboration to a whole new level, said Tom Axbey, president and CEO of Rave Mobile Safety. “We are thrilled to offer a joint solution that will drastically improve response times and enhance collaboration with responders for schools and other critical infrastructure assets.”
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