Realsafe Technologies invited to present at national 911 conference in Ohio
Realsafe Technologies, the company behind REALRIDER®, the only 999 integrated and certified App on the market in the UK, is making its way out to Ohio, where the team will attend and present at the US National Emergency Number Association conference (NENA).
As the voice of 9-1-1, NENA aims to foster the technological advancement, availability and implementation of a universal emergency telephone number system across the USA.
Invited to attend by the 9-1-1 association PSAPs’ operational director, Christopher Blake Carver, CEO Zoe Farrington and CCO Andrew Richardson will spend the week meeting with some of the most influential players across the US emergency services, including telecommunications industry partners, like-minded public safety associations, and other stakeholder groups.
Tasked with developing and carrying out critical programs and initiatives to facilitate the creation of a Next Generation 9-1-1 system and to establish industry leading standards, training, and certifications, the conference will focus on sharing of best practice and suggestions for improving PSAP performance and shaping the future of 9-1-1 systems.
Realsafe Technologies presence at the event follows their recent win at US Edison Awards in New York where it was internationally recognised for its contribution within the health and wellbeing sector through the development of its unique, life-saving crash detection system which connects the vulnerable users directly to 999 in the UK. It is a key feature of REALRIDER®, the motorcycle App that keeps riders safe and connected – the only emergency services integrated App on the market – and as a result of its achievements in the UK, the team is now exploring opportunities for growth in the US and beyond.