Transmit vehicle data instantly to first responders in an emergency

Simple API/SDK Immediately Links Your
Platform with 9-1-1 & Responders

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How it works

Car sensor determines there is an accident

Crash detect info is sent to Haven API

RapidSOS communicates voice and data to 9-1-1

Loved ones are informed

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Precise Location

Precise GPS coordinates are transmitted to 9-1-1
when a crash is detected and the driver confirms
they need help.

IMPACT

This information is critical since mobile 9-1-1 calls
provide limited location data.

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Rich Telematics Data

Relevant telematics data is transmitted to 9-1-1,
including speed at the time of the crash, airbag
deployment, occupancy data, etc.

IMPACT

Additional data allows 9-1-1 to respond faster
and with the appropriate resources.

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Predict Vehicles Crashes

RapidSOS Predict uses over 50 variables to build
predictive heat maps of accident likelihood across the
United States using a database of when and where emergencies occur.

IMPACT

Warn drivers in high risk zones, proactively
preventing car accidents

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Give Drivers Safety Today

We are working with OEMs, device makers, and mobile apps that track telematics to leverage the full capabilities of connected cars.

Get in Touch to See How RapidSOS Can:

  • Improve emergency response times for car crashes
  • Make your platform viral by allowing users to add emergency contacts
  • Drive recurring revenue - $10B could be saved annually if call centers aren't needed to relay data to 9-1-1 in crash

"RapidSOS uses cloud telecommunications and data analytics to push essential information into the 911 system."

"Dramatically increases the information available to dispatchers, accelerating response times, and saving lives."

"Named startup of the year by Consumer Technology Association, RapidSOS aims to add new smarts to the emergency dispatch system."

"RapidSOS To The Rescue"

"The app that could save your life"

"911 callers get through to emergency responders faster"