New R2V (Responder-to-Vehicle) technology introduced at APCO International 2017 will improve responder and road safety.
Next week, at APCO International 2017, HAAS Alert will introduce R2V (Responder-to-Vehicle) technology that most public safety and emergency personnel have never seen before. The technology connects emergency vehicles to a real-time “smart” in-road network that warns motorists when responders are approaching and on-scene to reduce the potential of dangerous and costly collisions.
HAAS Alert Booth: App Island (AI7)
App Island Demos:
- Monday, August 14 (12:40 - 12:55 PM MDT)
- Monday, August 14 (3:40 - 3:55 PM MDT)
- Tuesday, August 15 (3:40 - 3:55 PM MDT)
Press contacts are invited to connect with HAAS Alert CEO, Cory Hohs to learn more about the technology during scheduled sessions at APCO International:
Press wishing to schedule interview time with Cory should contact email@example.com
About R2V Technology
Responder-to-Vehicle technology is changing how public safety officials keep emergency personnel and motorists safe on the roads through real-time alerts delivered to drivers and vehicles with plenty of time to avoid a collision.
Alerts are delivered to users directly through Waze, the free, crowdsourced traffic and navigation app powered by the world’s largest community of drivers.
The HAAS Alert Safety Cloud enables communication with intelligent traffic solutions and other municipal and connected cities data applications such as connected traffic signals.
HAAS Alert works directly with Automotive OEMs to develop deeply integrated safety solutions for connected vehicles.
About HAAS Alert (www.haasalert.com)
One of the top companies racing toward autonomous cars by Wired Magazine
A top ten automotive startup of 2016 by Fortune Magazine
FAMA, FEMSA, NFPA, DHS, S&T and NSC member
Other Press Inquiries, please contact:
Noah Levens, COO