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Emergency Vehicles accidents continue to increase, year after year. Distracted driving and vehicle sound proofing are partial causes for drivers not hearing sires and seeing emergency vehicle's flashing warning lights. Hearing-impaired are unable to hear sirens and rely heavily on visual alerts. The current Emergency Vehicle Waring Alert Systems are sirens & lights. Our new and tested technology will supplement the old stuff.
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CONSTRUCTION ZONE + 4 MORE TECHNOLOGIES IN DEVELOPMENT
1. ELIMINATE LAW ENFORCEMENT & FIRST-RESPONDER FATALITIES
2. REDUCE STOPPED HIGHWAY PATROL VEHICLES BEING STRUCK
3. REDUCE TIME FOR POLICE, FIRE & AMBULANCE TO REACH INCIDENTS
EAS Technology actively engages Distracted Drivers with a distinct Warning Alert to personal and commercial
vehicles, alerting drivers that Law Enforcement, Ambulances or Fire Vehicles need immediate Right-of-Way to safely reach an emergency. Emergency Vehicle Accidents accounted for $56 Billion of the $600 Billion economic impact of all accidents in 2016, and that cost is increasing annually.
Auto accidents have an $800 Billion annual economic impact on our nation.
7% or $56 Billion is attributable to Emergency Vehicle accidents. (NHTSA)
EVA Technology not only Saves Lives. Our Technolgoy provides our Nation a significant Economic Benefit by greatly reducing Emergency Vehicle accidents and saving lives.
NHTSA attributes more than 60% of all accidents to Distracted Driving.
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DISTRACTED DRIVING - A Global epidemic Emergency Alert Solutions (EAS) technology can greatly reduce. When Emergency and Law Enforcement Vehicles are on an emergency run, EAS technology aggressively engages drivers with both, audible and visual warning alerts delivered in the vehicle's cabin to aggressively alert drivers. The YouTube video of the V3.1 prototype technology at right is an example of how our technology gains a vehicle's driver's full attention.
Our gratitude and thanks to the devoted First-Responders who risk their lives every day to save our lives.
VIDEO CLIPS of incidents our technology can prevent
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EMERGENCY ALERT SOLUTIONS, LLC
BRINGING EMERGENCY VEHICLE SIGNALING TECHNOLOGY INTO THE 21st CENTURY
Emergency Vehicle Accidents are a global
problem as validated by this YouTube video.
TO BENEFIT HUMANITY AND SAVE LIVES -
Following a narrowly avoided collision with a police cruiser in 2011, I concluded that vehicular safety for Police, Fire, First- Responders, and Towing Services, along with citizens they encounter while doing their job, was at a severe deficit. Severely Outdated!
Thus the process of developing technology to prevent avoidable emergency vehicle collisions began. When Anthony Foxx was appointed Secretary of Transportation, our project came to an abrupt end. In 2019, with this problem never addressed, I am bringing the company back to life with the original objective - eliminate accidents and save lives.
The auto industry has experimented with V2V technology, is working with autonomous driven cars, and yet, has failed to solve this long-term issue. Ask yourself one question: How can an autonomous car, at 35 mph and going through a green light intersection, avoid a Police Cruiser chasing criminals going through the red light at the same intersection, traveling at 60 mph?
EAS will make this technology available to the industry with hopes they will take the proper course of action and begin implementing our technology into new vehicles. Our tech was created over six years of research and development, and it works!
EVAT technology aggressively gains the attention of Distracted Drivers rather than the passive warning methodology exhibited by FORD with their iPad-warning-device which further distracts the driver by causing drivers to take their focus away from the road in order to look at the warning displayed on the iPad.
HIGHWAY PATROL VEHICLES AND OFFICERS ARE BEING STRUCK DAILY
BY DRIVERS GOING TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS OR DRIVERS BEING DISTRACTED.
Highway Patrol Vehicles, Ambulances, Tow-Trucks
Law Enforcement Personnel, First Responders, Tow Truck Operators
All these individuals are constantly at risk as they are encountering road side incidents and collisions on a daily basis. These are the public servants, the first response workers who risk their lives to aid everyone traveling on our Nation's Highways, Byways, and our City Streets.
SANDY, Utah (KSL) This is the second patrol vehicle hit today. The driver that slammed into this parked cruiser was traveling too fast for the conditions and lost control on the 11400 S NB I-15 off-ramp. Fortunately, neither crash involving our patrol vehicles resulted in injury. #slowdownmoveover
WEST JORDAN, Utah (KUTV) — A driver was ticketed Wednesday night for hitting a West Jordan police truck in snowy conditions.
The officer was helping a driver in a car that slid off Mountain View Corridor near 9000 South. Police said several other drivers nearly slammed into them.
Then, a white van did — busting his headlight and damaging the officer’s bumper.
Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 2019. Winter has only just begun and the carnage is already beginning to add up. Our technology can prevent these accidents. How long do we leave the lives of our public servants at risk?
Updated: November 28, 2019
NOTE: Activity until 11/2021 was dormant. Increasing First Responder & Law Enforcement Fatalities has brought us back.