An Orlando technology company that provides safety information to first responders has connected with a 911 system that greatly expands its reach just in time for a run of preorders.
Officials with Pink Lotus Technologies announced that its POMM safety band now integrates with RapidSOS, which has a platform that connects 350 million devices to 5,000 emergency communications centers.
The POMM band is a smartwatch-like wearable that monitors children’s vital signs constantly, providing parents with data on their child’s temperature, heart rate, location and other information.
On Saturday, Pink Lotus CEO and founder Maryann Kilgallon announced on LinkedIn that the device was available for preorders at her company’s website.
“The mission of POMM is to help protect children everywhere and the best way to do that is give our paramedics, police and firefighters as much data as possible before they arrive on the scene,” Kilgallon said of the partnership in a press release. “This can only be done using the incredible technology established by RapidSOS and we’re so thankful to have a partnership with RapidSOS.”
Kilgallon launched Pink Lotus Technologies nearly four years ago.
RapidSOS has created a robust network of first responder-related agencies to speed up response time, leading to potentially life-saving processes.