Shared Information Needed for Border Wall (Virtual or Actual) With bidding recently closed for a 2,000-mile wall across our southern border, we need to ensure that any attempted breaches of the wall have rapid coordinated response across the multitude of federal, state and local agencies that...

Solution Will Save Lives through Enhanced Collaboration with Police Department, Fire Department and Kent Hospital Wallingford, CT and Framingham, MA – March 9, 2017 – Mutualink and Rave Mobile Safety today announced that Warwick Public Schools enabled faster real-time communication and information sharing with first responders...

Securing Miami Beach for Art Basel As tens of thousands of artists, art enthusiasts and press congregated last week in Miami Beach to take in the exhibits of Art Basel in America, public safety professionals ramped up efforts to protect the increased population. For the second year,...

Re-posted from pessemier.com By Bob Pessemier On November 8, 2016  Public safety agencies have a problem. They have to find new ways to deal with constant change and increasing complexity. Constant change and increasing complexity assault your operational effectiveness and make your job harder every day. The arrow of...

Augmented Reality to the Rescue November 1, 2016 By Sandra Jontz The virtual world now can really help save lives. A joint industry effort has produced ruggedized augmented reality glasses that securely deliver real-time multimedia information to first responders. The solution, developers say, would shave precious minutes off response...

Lessons Learned from Global Attacks: FirstNet from Homeland Security Today By: Amanda Vicinanzo, Online Managing Editor Terrorist attacks across the globe, and particularly here in the United States, present a huge opportunity for the nation to learn how to improve communication and information sharing in times of crisis. These...