Fire and EMS Agencies Deploy Rover Mobile Platform to Reduce Response Time
Monroe, CT, October 29, 2018 –– Spotted Dog Technologies, a leading provider of emergency response technology, today announced 19 new fire and EMS agencies have selected Spotted Dog’s Rover Mobile Incident Response Platform. Rover gives fire, rescue and EMS agencies the tools needed to decrease response time in the first crucial minutes of an incident. The platform alerts responders to an emergency relaying information to them including site details, water sources, hazards, maps and navigation. Through one touch of their mobile device, responders can indicate their availability; sending their location, credentials and estimated time of arrival back to the incident command center.
“As Fire and EMS dispatch becomes increasingly complex, information has become one of today’s most important firefighting tools,” said Geoffrey Giordano, Spotted Dog’s chief executive officer. “For example, knowing the location of hydrants and their distance from the fire ground helps incident command make effective decisions to ensure they have the right equipment and resources.”
New users of the Rover solution include six departments in Pennsylvania, five departments in Virginia, three departments in Vermont, two departments in Connecticut and New Hampshire and one department in Tennessee.
Spotted Dog Technologies is a leading provider of emergency response solutions that transform the way public safety and first response organizations manage and mobilize resources. The company’s cloud-based Rover platform facilitates communication between dispatchers and first responders to decrease incident response time and improve outcomes. The company’s digital solutions are used by over 25,000 first responders throughout the U.S., Canada and Australia. Visit SpottedDogTech.com for more information.
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