Instantly link your fleet and Ops Center to local first responders in an emergency

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With one touch in your ops center, transmit rich data from any of your vehicles directly to 9-1-1

A connected truck uses RapidSOS NG911 technology to alert 911 of their exact location and emergency
VEHICLE, OPS, 9-1-1: THREE-WAY INTEROPERABILITY

Direct data link between your fleet, your ops center, and 9-1-1 & responders.

Impact

Allows your ops center to instantly conference in 9-1-1 — transmitting voice and rich data from your fleet.

RICH TELEMATICS DATA

One click at ops center transmits rich vehicle telematics to 9-1-1 and responders: impact force, speed at impact, airbag deployment, occupancy, etc.

Impact

Gets your drivers faster and more effective response in an emergency.

PREDICT VEHICLE 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 across the U.S.

Impact

Warn drivers in high risk zones, proactively preventing car accidents.

Impact

Allows your ops center to instantly conference in 9-1-1 — transmitting voice and rich data from your fleet.

Impact

Gets your drivers faster and more effective response in an emergency.

Impact

Warn drivers in high risk zones, proactively preventing car accidents.

Keep Your Team Safe

Contact us today to discuss how we can work together to keep your employees safe, no matter where life takes them.

"Three former leaders of the FCC are investing in RapidSOS, a startup that seeks to solve one of 911’s biggest problems."

"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"

"911 callers get through to emergency responders faster"