Public safety professionals continue to search for smarter, more efficient ways to respond to the unrelenting pandemic. More than just contact tracing, technology companies are showing their commitment to improving emergency response with data-driven tools. We’re keeping our eye on the healthcare industry, which is setting the stage for partnerships between healthcare professionals, first responders, and private companies and their unique data sets.
Philips has launched a remote-monitoring and defibrillator system to remotely monitor vital signs, restore heart functions with the defibrillator, and wirelessly share data with first responders.
Wearable devices could change the way we receive health care, alerting users and doctors when health issues arise.
A new safety app, Pursuit Alert, notifies users of nearby police chases in real-time. Technology like this can help bystanders avoid potentially fatal outcomes.
Paramedics and EMTs are interrupted in their line of work as they grapple with mandatory quarantines after responding to COVID-19 patients.
Technology from Motorola Solutions allows 911 center employees in Alexandria, VA to answer emergency calls remotely.
“This was the most exciting change to our industry any of us have seen.” In Macomb County, MI, dispatchers are using RapidSOS to provide the best service possible to citizens.
RapidSOS has certified ZeroEyes as RapidSOS Ready. The partnership hopes to create a direct link between weapon-detecting cameras and first responders.