Mutualink and Rave Mobile Safety announce that they have integrated the Mutualink K12 and Rave Panic Button technologies into a common platform designed primarily to support emergency communications on school campuses, as well for hospitals, governments and other enterprises.
James Sim, president and COO of Drakontas, describes the functionality of Dragonforce, an incident-management application that leverages commercial smart devices to provide situational-awareness and command/control capabilities in a collaborative, virtual environment.
Mike Wengrovitz, Mutualink’s vice president of innovation, explain how a public-safety Internet of Things (IoT) device powered by Intel’s Edison chip can enhance situational awareness, whether it is embedded into existing infrastructure or deployed as a standalone device.
Developing protections and responses to cyber threats is a priority for utilities, but industry and regulatory efforts make it unlikely that the kind of widespread power outage contemplated in a book by renowned journalist Ted Koppel could happen to the U.S. power grid, key officials said during a recent webinar.
Data911 Systems introduces the M7+ Multi-Touch Display, an in-vehicle display designed specifically for the needs of fire, EMS and law-enforcement personnel that has multiple safety features and is the first multi-touch display for emergency vehicles—a function that works even when users wear thick gloves, according to company officials.