Vehicle Alert Technology
With cost effective patent pending emergency vehicle-to-vehicle communication, EVAT applications deliver Crash Avoidance Alerts to vehicle interiors.
Using visual and audible warning stimuli EVAT technology actively alerts distracted driver of moving or stopped emergency vehicles, stopped School Buses and other marked road hazards conditions.
With sound proof automobile interiors and interactive gadgetry in cars, our technology assures drivers will be alerted to hazardous situations they encounter and when being approached by an emergency vehicle or approaching a stopped emergency vehicle or school bus.
INSTRUMENT PANEL VISUAL & AUDIBLE WARNING
REAR-VIEW MIRROR VISUAL / AUDIBLE WARNING
"If we can eliminate cross traffic or any type of a high-risk situation, that's what we want to have done,"
Chris DeLaMare of Gold Cross Ambulance. (KSL News)
The Instrument Panel Visual and Audible Alert flashes all dashboard lights to gain the attention of a distracted or hearing impaired driver alerting them of moving or stopped Emergency Vehicles and that they are entering marked hazardous road zones. Other alerting technology delivery, such as vibrating seats or steering wheels are in development. This distracted driving interruption technology surpasses any other attempts we have seen, such as the iPad methodology being tested by FORD.
The Rear View Mirror Visual Alert flashes a warning icon and sounds an audible alert to gain the attention of distracted drivers alerting them of emergency vehicle or hazardous road conditions they may encounter.
AFTER-MARKET DASH MOUNT VISUAL & AUDIBLE WARNING DEVICE
After-Market dashboard or sun visor mounted warning device flash bright LED lights and emit a warning tone and/or verbal message to alert drivers they are approaching, or are being approached by an emergency vehicle.
Note: Photos of Emergency Traffic Alert V2.2 prototype.
.EMERGENCY VEHICLE ALERT TECHNOLOGY
BRINGING EMERGENCY VEHICLE ALERT TECHNOLOGY INTO THE 21st CENTURY
EMERGENCY VEHICLE ALERT OFFERS MULTIPLE FUNCTIONAL SOLUTIONS:
PERSONAL WARNING DEVICE FOR DEAF & HEARING IMPAIRED, and RECREATION
The Personal Warning Device is a transportable receiver or mobile phone for those with hearing and visual disabilities, for use in their cars as well as when navigating urban environments. It provides a flashing light and phone screen, and vibration alerts when notifying its user of an alert. An additional urban application would allow light rail service to warn those with hearing or sightl disabilities. Our Smartphone service or receiver versions can also be used by bicyclists, runners, and road workers. Contact us for further information and status
SAFE SCHOOL BUS - Flashing Lights, Extending Stop sign & EVS technology
Employing Emergency Vehicle Alert technology, school buses can alert all approaching drivers, front or rear, that they are approaching a stopped school bus loading or unloading children who may step into the road from behind or the front of the bus.The Alert prevents fly-by's that cause children to be struck by distracted drivers and may eliminate injuries and fatalities caused by fly-by's.
ROAD CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER HAZARDOUS ROADWAY CAUTIONARY SIGNAGE
Emergency Vehicle Alert technology allows highway construction signs and construction vehicles to alert drivers they are entering a reduced speed highway construction zone. The Personal Warning Device designed for attaching to belt, hard-hat or sliding into a pocket sends an Alert to drivers that construction workers are on the roadway. In 2012, in Texas, there were 134 highway construction worker fatalities.
WEATHER AND OTHER HAZARD WARNINGS PROVIDED BY NOAA & U.S.GOVERNMENT - FEASIBLE TECHNOLOGIES FOR OTHER APPLICATIONS
Weather warnings (tornado, hurricane, tsunami) and other hazardous warnings such as chemical leaks, nuclear plant failure, etc. are provided by the Early Alert System managed by NOAA and the FCC. Our technology can be integrated to the sirens to deliver a radio frequency generated alert to schools, homes, office buildings, shopping centers, etc. allowing citizens to take shelter and help their families prepare for impending disasters. A smoke detector like device receives signals sent simultaneously as the siren is activated and delivers a visual and audible alert. The current problem is similar to cars - people no longer hear siren alerts for a number of reasons - better insulation in buildings, multiple pane
windows, wind direction, atmospheric conditions.
EMERGENCY VEHICLE ALERT CAN DELIVER ALL THESE TECHNOLOGIES TODAY !!
April 15, 2018: OUR TECHNOLOGY NOW INCLUDES DEVICES FOR THE HEARING AND SIGHT DISABLED. WE HAVE DESIGNED TECHNOLOGY TO GREATLY INCREASE SAFETY OF EMERGENCY VEHICLES, LIGHT RAIL AND RAILROAD CROSSINGS.