Messaging | 2018-01-12

HAAS Alert in the Spotlights at CES 2018 & Listed in the GovTech100

Source: The Critical Communications Review

At CES 2018, HAAS Alert was putting a spotlight on cellular V2V and the impact it’s having on connected automobiles, public safety and smart infrastructure.

For innovators in consumer technologies, there is no greater stage than CES. It’s a global event where breakthrough tech and next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.

This year CES also became the stage for companies that are developing communication solutins for mission critical and public safety end-users. For exampe FirsNet, AT&T and Verizon Enterprise solutions presented a keynote presentation and Bill Schrier and HAAS alert jpoined a panel  on smart/connected emergency vehicles. Considering how many officers get hit by drivers while on a traffic stop, this seems like a great use of FirstNet.

HAAS Alert was putting a spotlight on cellular V2V and the impact it’s having on connected automobiles, public safety and smart infrastructure. HAAS Alert CEO, Cory Hohs participated in two panels alongside industry leaders and sharing perspectives on cellular V2V technology and how it’s helping transform the future of public safety communication and connected smart cities.

In the session "Paving the Way for Connected Emergency Vehicles" the company discussed emergency vehicles connected with FirstNet broadband technology and how they can integrate with smart cities technology for a faster, safer response for the public as well as first responders.

HAAS Alert: "Now, we’ve built the technology to allow emergency data to move through the HAAS Alert Safety Cloud™ to interface with smart city infrastructure. And, we’re working with policy makers to ensure responsible use of the data and greater public safety as these new technologies continue to grow."

HAAS Alert recently also announced that the company was named; a GovTech 100 company of 2018.

The GovTech 100 is an annual list compiled and published by Government Technology as a compendium of 100 companies focused on, making a difference in, and selling to state and local government agencies across the United States.