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New mobile platform aims to increase responsiveness in emergencies

DMI announced the release of Endzone, which enables responders to handle real-time scenarios from a mobile device


By FireRescue1 Staff

BETHESDA, Md. — A new mobile platform aims to increase efficiency and responsiveness in emergency situations.

DMI announced their new platform, Endzone, gives responders the opportunity to access critical field information directly and handle real-time scenarios from their mobile device.

“First response and field work is dependent on real-time situational awareness and clear, integrated communication,” DMI Founder and CEO Jay Sunny Bajaj said. “To address this need in the market, we’ve combined the best of breed in user experience from the commercial markets and lessons learned from our work with federal agencies. Endzone delivers the best of both worlds in a user-friendly format to help those on the front lines stay safe and better perform their jobs, giving teams the eyes, ears and real-time data they desperately need today to become more agile and secure on the ground.”

Endzone utilizes the “Smart notification” approach to provide a clear picture of personnel in high-risk situations. The platform provides geo-fencing technology that shows where a person is, highly secure communication, real-time video streaming technology and more.

“Having the ability to communicate with each other in the field and at the command center, along with access to critical information in the moment make all the difference in completing a safe and successful mission,” Ashcroft Group CTO Paul Garrett said.

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