Mass Shooting Alerts Transmitted by TerrorMate Globally (See Video)

TerrorMate, the world’s first terror alert app, and 2017 Platinum ‘ASTORS’ Award Winner for Best Video Data Storage Solution, is expanding its user alert capabilities to include mass shootings.

The real-time intelligence system with well-established terror attack and terror threat alerting capabilities will now deliver structured, accurate mass shooting alerts and safety recommendations to its users within two minutes of an attack anywhere in the world.

Developed by TerrorTech LLC, the free proprietary mobile application alerts users to incident-specific information such as:

  • Location of the shooting event
  • Number of reported perpetrators
  • Areas to avoid
  • Number of casualties, and
  • Potentially life-saving safety tips and continuous updates for the duration of the event

(TerrorMate is the world’s first terror alert app and the one place where people can go to get relevant, real time information and a clear understanding of what’s taking place and what you should – and shouldn’t – be concerned about. Courtesy of TerrorMate and YouTube)

Additionally, TerrorMate’s comprehensive crisis communication and mass notification solution unifies all channels, supporting communication and collaboration during critical events and ensuring that users remain fully informed, in contact with loved ones and first responders, and as safe as possible at all times.

Barry Oberholzer
Barry Oberholzer, Senior Vice President of Defense Trading Solutions and
creator of the TerrorMate app

“In the wake of the October mass shooting at the Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas, our supportive, proactive user base urged us to broaden the categories and scope of TerrorMate’s alerts, so we quickly expanded our reporting and warning capabilities to include mass shootings,” explains Barry Oberholzer, founder of TerrorMate.

On average, TerrorMate alerts users eight minutes faster than the mainstream media.

“In a potentially life threatening event where every second counts, actionable and verified information is crucial.”

“In two minutes or less, the TerrorMate app warns users of a mass shooting event and relays critical information to inform on-scene decisions that could save lives.”

TerrorMate 24 Hour Control Room
TerrorMate™ – The App that Saves Your Life, Rather than Shares Your Life!

Based in Belgium, TerrorMate’s 24-hour international operations center pairs expert analysis with cutting-edge technology to identify and track mass shootings, terror threats, and terrorist attacks across the globe.

Former military and intelligence personnel employ an integrated approach to gather real-time terrorist and mass shooting data.

They then analyze, verify, and rapidly share vital information with the public during critical events to ensure the optimum degree of safety.

“We push far beyond the usual internet, social media, dark web sources, and telegram channels,” added Oberholzer.

“Our proprietary software tracks hundreds of key words to gather intelligence and monitor a wide variety of environments.”

“What is more, we factor in extra layers of intelligence from user and public reports, and rely on our strong partnerships with national and international law enforcement agencies and first responders to keep us fully informed.”

“Together, these elements make TerrorMate the most dependable application for keeping ourselves, our families, and our friends safer in these uncertain times.”

TerrorMate is the world's first encrypted terrorism alert app with mobile to mobile encrypted instant messaging, terror alert and attack geo location feature and intelligence feed with 24/7 live support
TerrorMate is the world’s first encrypted terrorism alert app with mobile to mobile encrypted instant messaging, terror alert and attack geo location feature and intelligence feed with 24/7 live support

The free in-app messaging feature, T-Chat, was inspired by stories emerging from the 2017 Manchester terror attacks, when thousands of teenagers scrambled to flee the stadium while their parents did not know where they were.

TerrorMate’s unique location-sharing feature allows users to view a map displaying actual locations of friends and family in real time.

T-Chat helps users safely and effectively message loved ones and receive prompt replies during an extreme incident.

TerrorMate logoUsers are also able to upload real-time media of any terror attack, mass shooting, or suspicious activity as well as send anonymous tips and share information with friends and family via the TerrorMate trusted contacts feature.

TerrorMate can be downloaded for free from the iTunes app store by clicking here, and from the Google Play store by clicking here.

(For BlackBerry users:  The app is free at Google Play Store, which must be downloaded before TerrorMate can be downloaded.)

The 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program

American Security Today’s 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Awards Presentation Luncheon at ISC East was an overwhelming success, with distinguished guests from National, State and Local Governments, and Industry Leading Corporate Executives from companies allied to Government.

Over 100 professionals gathered from across North America and the Middle East to be honored from disciplines across the Security Industry in their respective fields which included:

  • The Department of Homeland Security
  • The Department of Justice
  • The Security Exchange Commission
  • State and Municipal Law Enforcement Agencies, and
  • Leaders in Private Security
On hand to accept TerrorMate’s ‘ASTORS’ awards were Jaromy Jannard-Pittario, (at left), and Barry Oberholzer, Founder of TerrorMate, (at right), being presented the honor by AST’s publisher.

Recognized for their Innovative Training and Education Programs, Outstanding Product Development Achievements and Exciting New Technologies to address the growing Homeland Security Threats our Nation is facing.

American Security Today was formed after careful reflection of 9/11 and its aftermath when the Department of Homeland Security was established and there was an immediate explosion of new products and solutions for what was perceived as an imminent second attack on primary targets in the United States.

As time moved forward from 9/11 itself and in recent years, the threats to our nation have evolved from a large scale 9/11 type attack to:

  • Domestic and International Terrorist Attacks carried out by ‘lone wolves’ and coordinated individuals
  • Cybersecurity breach attacks against our government agencies, financial institutions and critical infrastructure facilities
  • Unprecedented urban violence
  • Cultural shifts and societal media bias, which make it increasingly difficult to secure our nation in this constantly evolving threat environment.
The 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Presentation Luncheon
The 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Presentation Luncheon

These current circumstances have put forward another rapid expansion of new ideas, products and solutions to combat these ever changing challenges.

These changes have called for a new generation of security experts in the Homeland Security and Public Safety fields who need real time knowledge of our ever growing threats.

These experts include the Government at the Federal, State and Local levels as well as from Private Firms specializing in Physical Security, Port Security, Law Enforcement, First Responders, Military and Private Security responsible for implementing coordinated security measures to ensure our Nation’s Security and improve Public Safety.

Together, each of these entities work together seamlessly on the front lines of protecting our communities, to ‘Keep our Nation Secure, One City at a Time.’

AST focuses on Homeland Security and Public Safety Breaking News, the Newest Initiatives and Hottest Technologies in Physical & IT Security, essential to meeting today’s growing security challenges.

To highlight the tremendous accomplishments of agencies and firms receiving this prestigious award, be on the the lookout for American Security Today’s Annual December ‘ASTORS’ Champions Edition – ‘Year in Review.’

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