ELERTS Chosen for Airport Security Shark Tank

Weymouth, MA – Dec 4, 2017 – ELERTS Corp, the leading provider of See Something Say Something mobile apps for transportation agencies, announced that it has been chosen to present at The Airport Shark Tank at the 17th Annual Aviation Security Summit December 5-6 in Arlington, Virginia. The Airport Shark Tank is an opportunity for…

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Unleashing Crowdsourcing for Airport Security teams

Whether it’s perimeter breaches, weaponized computer laptops, bomb threats, terminal evacuations, rogue employees or active shooters, airport security is in the news weekly. Airports are targets. They face increasingly complex security concerns, declining security budgets and slow moving government roadmaps to modernize the security infrastructure. In other words, this is a perfect storm for disaster…

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How to Fix See Something Say Something to Enhance Public Safety

What is great about See Something Say Something (SSSS) campaigns is how heavily they are advertised and promoted. Nearly everyone – especially in urban areas – has seen multiple posters, videos, TV commercials or heard audio public-service-announcements (PSA). SSSS is plastered all over airports and transit systems because public transportation is a known high-value target…

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Overcoming the Limits of Calling 911

The 911 emergency phone system is outdated. In 1874, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, allowing speech to be transmitted electronically over wires. His invention swept the world and homes and businesses everywhere installed telephones to communicate. If you wanted to speak to someone, you called their home or business and asked to speak to…

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Sniffing For Trouble – K9 Dogs In High Demand for Airport Security. Humans Can Help.

We’ve all seen them – those four footed heroes sniffing around airports, train stations and public events, a reminder that threats could arrive anytime. While we may want to reach out and pet the dogs, we know better – their vests and humans on the other end of the leash are a clear sign that…

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