Rave Mobile Safety, a provider of solutions that empower community safety, is working with states, cities and counties nationwide to equip local authorities and first responders with the tools they need to communicate with the public and protect front-line workers as they respond to the coronavirus, the company said.
Officials in Arkansas, Delaware, Louisiana, New Mexico, Chicago, Seattle, Suffolk County, NY and Kern County, CA, among others, are leveraging Rave for critical public notifications as well as information sharing between authorities and the public as authorities grapple with an increased demand for accurate information and a high 9-1-1 call load due to the coronavirus.
During times of crisis and stress, misinformation spreads more quickly than ever–and can have sometimes fatal consequences if people accept it as truth. States, cities, counties and towns need a way to securely, quickly and reliably communicate with the public to not only quell fears but direct their attention to accurate information.
Rave Mobile Safety provides innovative emergency and public safety technology to help save lives. Founded in 2004, Rave is headquartered in Framingham, Mass. and backed by growth equity firm TCV, which manages over USD 15B. For more information, visit https://www.ravemobilesafety.com/ .