eBook: The Ultimate Guide to Integrating Your Business with Public Safety
TURN YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY APP OR WEARABLE INTO A LIFE-SAVING DEVICE
This eBook will share our lessons learned from supporting over 250 million emergencies a year.
It will also teach you how to quickly connect your data – such as user, incident, and real-time location data – from your personal safety app or wearable directly into the workflow of 911 so there can be a verified, faster and a more effective emergency response.
We’ll also cover:
– The benefits to sharing data with public safety
– How to partner with public safety at scale
– How to choose a public safety data integration
Ready to give your customers a lifeline? Download the eBook.
TRUSTED BY INDUSTRY LEADERS
Protect your users when they need it most
Connect data – such as user, incident, and real-time location data – from your personal safety app or wearable directly into the workflow of first responders, powering advanced safety features that can protect lives.
Earn trust with your users and communities
Show your users you are committed to their safety and will be there when they need you most by partnering with first responders for prioritized emergency response.
A scalable solution that stands out from the crowd
Differentiate your app or wearable with advanced safety features and panic buttons.
RapidSOS built the emergency response data platform to help first responders get the data they need to save more lives. We work with some of the world’s largest organizations to help them protect their customers, members, and employees by linking real-time data from their smart devices securely to first responders.
Our partners send data from devices, apps, and sensors such as precise location, medical and health information, auto accident data, user profiles, and security alarm information, so first responders have the information they need to protect lives.
Through our platform, RapidSOS provides intelligent data that supports over 5,200 Emergency Communications Centers worldwide, across 250 million emergency calls annually.