SafeTracer Selects Public Safety Network for Consulting
Tuesday, September 04, 2018 | Comments

The Public Safety Network announced a partnership with SafeTracer as part of its public-safety technology accelerator program.

Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, SafeTracer offers an error free process to prevent accidental misdials to 9-1-1, which take dispatchers' time and attention away from true emergencies and delay public safety's response to those emergencies. The technology of finger tracing a basic shape on a mobile device to send a 9-1-1 notification leverages the understanding that people can inadvertently tap, click or swipe but can't trace an entire shape involuntarily.

“SafeTracer’s goal is to improve safety in all communities by enabling smartphone and wearable manufacturers with this simple, universal, error-free emergency alert. This operating system enhancement creates efficiencies for 9-1-1 dispatchers, resulting in faster public-safety responses to true emergencies,” said SafeTracer inventor and founder Wendy Mandell Geller.

The Public Safety Network will provide strategic advice and guidance on product functionality, business planning, go-to-market approaches, and operational execution, along with marketing and messaging insights as some of its accelerator services to SafeTracer.

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