There’s little question that the public sector can be slow to change, given the unwieldy nature of bureaucracy and the often limited funding these organizations have. And while that inefficiency often causes little more than frustration among the public it serves, what happens when it’s a matter of life and death?

For as much as technology has changed the world, emergency response remains much the same as it was in our childhood, no matter our age: we dial 9-1-1 and wait for an ambulance or fire truck to arrive. But what if we could communicate with first responders more efficiently, or even provide them more information about the situation before they arrive? READ MORE

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