Ez911 Inc. and RapidSOS Partner to Provide Life-Saving Emergency Data to 911 Centers
Valdosta, GA 6/30/2020 – Ez911 Inc.
Ez911 Inc., a state-of-the-art GIS mapping and CAD 9-1-1 company, and RapidSOS, the trusted provider of data for over 4,700 Emergency Communications Centers nationwide, today announced a partnership to connect the EzEnterprise CAD solution with the RapidSOS emergency response data platform. With this partnership, the EzEnterprise CAD solution will now provide an accurate location for mobile 911 callers to their 911 agencies.
RapidSOS’s emergency response data platform securely and automatically links life-saving data from connected devices, apps, and profiles directly to 911 agencies. When a 911 call is triggered, EzEnterprise CAD will now automatically query the RapidSOS platform to display the available caller location.
In addition, the EzEnterprise CAD solution will continuously query RapidSOS to see if any movement has happened during the time of the 911 call, updating the locations on the map as needed. This “breadcrumbing” capability is critical to track the movement of the caller and has been extremely useful in the case of a kidnapping or rolling domestic. This functionality will be included in all upcoming EzEnterprise CAD deployments. Ez911 Inc. is currently testing the RapidSOS integration in selected 911 centers in the Southeast and is planning to roll the integration out to their public safety customers across the country on July 1, 2020.
Greg Crawford, President of Ez911 commented, “By improving the quality and availability of critical information, Ez911 Inc integrated solutions will help improve emergency outcomes. We are proud to be working with a company like RapidSOS that is bringing transformational technology to 911 and first responders.”
Kara Cleaver, Director of Public Safety Partnerships at RapidSOS said, “We are thrilled to work with Ez911 Inc. to bring richer data to 911 centers using EzEnterprise CAD. This partnership will help 911 telecommunicators dispatch the right resources faster and provide first responders with enhanced situational awareness.”