EMS Vehicle Manufacturer Adds HAAS Alert to Vehicles
Thursday, June 17, 2021 | Comments

Frazer announced it will include three years of HAAS Alert’s Responder-to-Vehicle (R2V) digital alerting service as a standard, zero-cost line item safety solution on all new and remounted EMS vehicles to include mobile stroke units.

Powered by HAAS Alert’s Safety Cloud platform, motorists will receive real-time alerts when approaching an equipped Frazer EMS vehicle with its emergency lights activated. In addition, Frazer will make Safety Cloud’s responder-to-responder (R2R) collision prevention service available as an add-on safety solution to customers. Both the R2V and R2R solutions can be retrofitted on existing EMS vehicles.

“For years Frazer has taken pride in designing, engineering and building our vehicles to provide medics and their patients with an ergonomic environment that will keep them safe in the event of a collision,” said Adam Fischer, vice president sales and marketing at Frazer. “It’s now time we make the investment in new technologies to prevent those very collisions. Adding Safety Cloud as an additional layer of protection will keep vehicles in service longer and, most importantly, increase the safety of the medical professionals and patients inside our vehicles.”

Safety Cloud’s R2V alerts are delivered to motorists through in-vehicle systems and navigation applications, giving drivers clear advance warning and more time to safely slow down and move over. To date, Safety Cloud has delivered 1 billion digital alerts through popular navigation app Waze, with more alert partners on the way. Safety Cloud’s R2R alerts are received by emergency vehicles in immediate proximity of other responding emergency vehicles connected to Safety Cloud. Both R2V and R2R alerts reduce the risk of crashes by up to 90% by providing critical advance warning to drivers.

“Frazer’s decision to make digital alerting a standard feature on its EMS vehicles for three years is going to impact communities nationwide,” said Jeremy Agulnek, HAAS Alert’s senior vice president of connected vehicle. “Digital alerting saves lives, and Frazer understands the risk that EMS professionals face on every run. This is an investment in safety for responders, roads, and everyone that relies on them.”

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