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The 911 emergency phone system is outdated.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.

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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ELERTS Powers Tri Delta Watch Mobile Security App

Free app enables bus riders to anonymously report concerns to authorities   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Weymouth, MA – October 3, 2017 – ELERTS Corp, the leading provider of See Something Say Something mobile apps for transit agencies, has announced that it developed Tri Delta Transit’s new Tri Delta Watch, a mobile security app to…

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Dallas Area Rapid Transit Partners with ELERTS to Launch DART Say Something

Mobile safety and security app improves public safety and uses crowdsourcing to support transit police   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Weymouth, MA – September 28, 2017 – Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) has partnered with ELERTS Corp, the leading provider of See Something Say Something mobile apps for transit agencies, to launch ‘DART Say Something,’…

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