Mobile team communications apps are fast becoming the go-to solution across the spectrum, from small business to major enterprises, and spanning every industry, whether working in a shared workplace or remotely.(Courtesy of Chris Montgomery on Unsplash)

Redefining Communications for Today’s Mobile Workforces

Guest OpEd by Chief Technologist Dave George Communicating with personnel was already a challenge for companies with workers in the field, widespread workforces in siloed divisions and office locations, or deskless staff who...
Leading Critical Event Management Provider Onsolve, a Double 2020 ‘ASTORS’ Award Winner, Builds Momentum with Brand Relaunch, Platform Innovation and Rapid Bookings Growth. (Courtesy of Onsolve)

OnSolve Unveils New Critical Event Mgmt Platform Innovation & Rebrand

OnSolve, a leading critical event management provider for enterprises and government entities, and a Multiple Award Winner in the 2020 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, has unveiled a brand relaunch and...
Dual-Sensor Wisenet TNM-3620TDY Uses Thermal Imaging and AI Technology to Accurately Identify Health Risks and Monitor Activity in Public Spaces (Courtesy of Hanwha Techwin)

Hanwha Expands Public Health Surveil with TNM-3620TDY Camera

Hanwha Techwin, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, and a Double Platinum Award Winner in the 2020 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, is expanding its line of...

ShotSpotter Reveals 2020 Gunshot Rates up 48% Across United States

ShotSpotter, a leader in precision policing solutions, and the 2020 Gold 'ASTORS' Award Winner for Best Gunshot Detection Solution, has reported a dramatic rise of 48 percent in gunshot incidents during...
As we navigate the growing surge of COVID cases this winter, public safety agencies will have to again ramp up communications with citizens about the virus. With 2020 Multi-'ASTORS' Award Winner Rave Mobile Safety, your agency can leverage integrated critical communication, data and response capabilities for safer communities.

Lessons Learned: How to Use COVID-19 to Prepare for Future Emergency Response

By Todd Miller, COO of Rave Mobile Safety As COVID-19 once again begins to surge across the United States, those in emergency management, public health and public safety need to take a...
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High Rise Escape, Self-Evacuation & Rescue: Plan 2 Ways Out (See Video)

First responder deaths related to COVID-19 are up this year, and the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) reports 29* confirmed on-duty firefighter deaths attributed to COVID-19, making it the leading cause of...
Pangaro training helps officers to see how they can properly respond to a potentially violent person in crisis, and resolve the situation safely, while also preparing them to de-escalate in other non-life-threatening situations that they come across interacting with the public. (Courtesy of True Security Design and YouTube.)

Police Crisis De-Escalation Skills – A Vital Training Today, Lt. Joe Pangaro

Amidst today's challenging times, de-escalation training for law enforcement is essential to serving our communities. Lt. Joseph Pangaro, a 27-year veteran police officer, former director of school safety and security, and a 2020...

Smaller Cities Turning to Gunshot Detection to Prevent Gun Violence

ShotSpotter, a leader in precision policing solutions, and a Multi- Award Winner in the 2020 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, has identified an increasing trend of small cities adopting big city...
With the increasing strain on public services in response to the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the professional firefighters, EMTs and emergency service professionals that make up High Rise Escape Systems, believe it is irresponsible to believe emergency services will be obtainable, timely and equipped to provide rescue from multi-story buildings, Air Traffic Control (ATC) towers or other critical infrastructure environments.

Access to Emergency Self-Evacuation is Critical for Multi-Story Buildings

First responder deaths related to COVID-19 are up this year, and the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) reports 22* confirmed on-duty firefighter deaths attributed to COVID-19, making it the leading cause of...