First responders deserve peace of mind.
Risk levels are rising, and maintaining a consistently fast response to emergencies is tough. That’s why we’re hosting a webinar to discuss practical solutions to keep first responders as safe as possible and ensure communications go through during a crisis.
We’ll be discussing:
- Officer Down: a new active shooter location and response tool
- Sprint-Columbitech Mobile VPN: for enhanced data coverage and security
- Sprint Wireless Priority Service: to help put critical voice calls first
Sr. Vice-President of Select Engineering Services LLC
Kenneth previously was the CEO and Founder of Accu-Counter, Inc. and was the 1st to develop, patent and sell a working Weapon Shot Counter.
Kenneth also served as a US Army military police officer.
CEO of Columbitech
A leader in the Mobile VPN market, offering applications and its users to stay connected and to stay protected.
Tobias has 20 years of experience from developing and marketing Mobile Security Solutions across various industries, together with Telecom partners from the European, Asian and US markets.
Sr. Product Manager
20 year veteran of Sprint
Worked in IT, Audit, Network, International, Product, Marketing
Developed IT solutions and Wireline/Wireless Product Solutions
Welcome – Jim Spillane – Director of Public Sector, Sprint
Sprint Officer Down – Ken Brinkley
Sprint Officer Down is the first wearable active sensor technology, that automatically summons help when first responders become incapacitated or seriously injured.
Sprint Secure Net – Tobias England
A security software solution designed for wireless networks. Find out how Sprint Secure Net creates a secure tunnel between a mobile device and the agency’s network.
Wireless Priority Service – Mark Haase
Sprint is an authorized provider of Wireless Priority Service, which was created by the Department of Homeland Security to give critical voice calls a higher connection priority. Learn how voice call are prioritized – without pre-empting any ongoing calls and without limiting the general public’s use of regular networks.