Twitter is getting deeper and deeper into the fabric of our society. Today, the newsy up-to-the-minute social network launched Twitter Alerts, a public service that will allow “credible organizations” such as government agencies and NGOs to warn and alert the public during emergencies and natural disasters.
Seattle-based Remote Medical just scored $8 million to bring health care to virtually anyone in need, anywhere in the world. It’s a popular option for military personnel and law enforcement groups.
Splitsecnd’s hardware plugs into car cigarette lighters, making automatic emergency response systems accessible to drivers without smartphones or luxury cars.
With Guardly’s new indoor location data system, emergency responders have a powerful tool to find exactly where emergency calls are coming from.
Personal security service MyForce promises it app will protect you from danger.