Rave Mobile Safety Announces New Partnerships
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 | Comments

Rave Mobile Safety announced new and expanded strategic partnerships to increase data sharing, critical communications and situational awareness for emergency and critical incidents.

RapidDeploy, ESO and Tenefit add to Rave’s growing suite of integrated and interoperable solutions, along with an expanded relationship with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE), to deliver vital information quickly and seamlessly to 9-1-1, first responders, emergency management, campus security, corporate security and communities.

“In terms of safety and security for communities and organizations, timing is everything,” said Rave CEO Todd Piett. “Our suite of solutions is designed to get the right information into the right hands as quickly as possible, with as few steps as possible. Expanding our ecosystem to include these strategic integration partners brings us that much closer to the reality of a fully connected safety communication and collaboration platform.”

RapidDeploy directly integrates supplemental emergency data from some of the largest and most influential companies in technology and public safety. As part of RapidDeploy’s Unified Critical Response ecosystem, Rave’s Smart911 emergency profiles, facility information, building floor plans and real-time emergency event details provide a large set of emergency response data to connect communities with their citizens and protect schools, soft targets and critical infrastructure.

“We share Rave’s mission to create a data-driven public-safety ecosystem that gives telecommunicators and first responders the real-time data and information they need to ensure best response in a crisis,” said RapidDeploy CEO Steven Raucher, CEO, RapidDeploy. “By seamlessly integrating Rave data into our cloud-native platform, we will be able to reduce overall response times and save more lives.”

The sharing of critical information and intelligence enables public-safety and commercial enterprises to protect their communities and businesses. Fire preplans, facility data, severe weather warnings and intelligence on natural and man-made hazards increase situational awareness and allow responsible parties to create safer environments.

ESO Fire RMS provides a fire records management system (RMS) for fire preplan and inspection data. Accurate and up-to-date preplans are key to ensuring responder safety and situational awareness during an incident. The exclusive integration of ESO Fire RMS with the Rave platform allows fire preplan data, as well as additional facility information, such as access points, AED locations and hazardous materials, to be delivered to 9-1-1 dispatchers, first responders and incident managers.

“ESO Fire RMS plays an essential role in helping fire departments save valuable time, operate more efficiently, and ensure safety compliance with property inspections and incident reporting,” said ESO Chief Product Officer (CPO) Allen Johnson. “We’re excited to announce our exclusive partnership with Rave and our first joint development to deliver ESO Fire RMS data directly to 9-1-1 and first responders who can use it to improve the health and safety of our communities.”

Tenefit’s DisasterAWARE Enterprise solution is a global risk intelligence platform used by enterprises to prepare and protect their businesses and employees worldwide. The early warning and multihazard monitoring platform provides intelligence on natural and man-made hazards, such as severe weather, social unrest and supply chain disruptions. The integration of DisasterAWARE Enterprise with the Rave Alert mass notification system enables accurate and actionable communications, improved asset tracking and enhanced situational awareness.

“The best time to start planning an incident response is before that incident happens, which is why Global 1000 enterprises rely on us to assess and alert them of emerging risks,” said Tenefit CEO Bob Miller. “Our risk intelligence, coupled with Rave’s mass notification system, enables our customers to quickly and accurately communicate what their employees and communities need to know to keep themselves safe and minimize damage to their physical assets and personnel.”

Rave and Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) are collaborating to build and bring to market a range of solutions that will expand mass notification capabilities for Rave’s customers by incorporating a wide spectrum of communication and internet of things (IoT) technologies. The integration of ALE’s Rainbow cloud communications platform with the Rave platform enhances safety for customers by significantly expanding the range of communications capabilities and devices, including desktops, public branched exchange (PBX) systems, IP and digital phones, session initiation protocol (SIP) devices, and IP-enabled intelligent devices and sensors, they can use to manage emergencies.

“ALE and Rave are utilizing the ALE Rainbow cloud technology to connect IoT devices, such as the Rave Panic Button, over traditional and hybrid cloud communications systems,” said Moussa Zaghdoud, ALE executive vice president (EVP), cloud communications business division. “This capability enhances safety for customers by broadening the channels and reach of emergency notification and response. Our two companies are working together to bring innovative solutions to market with great agility. This partnership is truly a win not only for ALE and Rave but more importantly for the customer.”

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