RapidSOS

Monitoring

Turn-key monitoring service with highly
trained specialists to serve your customers when when they need it most.

Enterprise grade, HIPPA compliant, SOC2, UL, and FM certified* with
15 redundant sites across the globe.

*RapidSOS Monitoring is done in partnership with Lydia Security Monitoring Inc.

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TRUSTED BY INDUSTRY LEADERS

“When a company uses RapidSOS Monitoring, [first responders are] able to provide faster, more effective emergency response to their customers when it matters most.”

Jennifer White

President of the National Emergency
Number Association (911 Association)

Benefits of RapidSOS Monitoring

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Easy to integrate
API for 24/7 Monitoring

  • Enterprise grade, HIPPA compliant
  • SOC2, UL, FM, CSAA 5-diamond certified*
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Faster, more effective
emergency response

  • Transfer video, images, and multimedia to 911
  • Reduce time to verify incidents
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A focus on the
human experience

  • 15K+ trained telecommunicators
  • 20K+ hours of annual work with public safety
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A global solution
built for scale

  • 15 redundant sites
  • Enterprise grade security protocols

*RapidSOS Monitoring is done in partnership with Lydia Security Monitoring Inc.

400M+

connected devices
providing critical data
to telecommunicators

315M+

people in the United
States protected
by RapidSOS

165M+

emergencies
supported by
RapidSOS annually

Connecting your product to first responders

Your Product

Detects emergency and calls RapidSOS’s API

24/7 5-diamond certified monitoring professional calls or texts your user to provide assistance

First Responders

Arrive on scene faster and better informed with rich data from your platform

About RapidSOS

In partnership with public safety, RapidSOS has created the world’s first emergency response data platform that securely links life-saving data from 400M+ connected devices to emergency services and first responders. RapidSOS supports over 5,200 Emergency Communications Centers worldwide, across 150 million emergency calls annually.