Trek Medics International
Equip first responders and the public with communications technology to provide emergency care effectively and equitably
Today in the U.S., 911 is still largely voice-only and depends on outdated legacy infrastructure. This can prevent people from accessing the help they need in an emergency. Leading providers of public safety technology are using Twilio to retrofit legacy systems with new cloud communications capabilities — like being able to video chat with a 911 dispatcher while help is en-route to the scene — to better serve the public and equip first responders to save more lives.
People around the world are developing new models of public safety that offer community-based alternatives to traditional policing practices. Organizations are using Twilio for the software agility needed to rapidly innovate and implement these new approaches to get the most appropriate help to someone in an emergency.