EMERGENCY VEHICLE ALERT TECHNOLOGY
BRINGING EMERGENCY ALERT TECHNOLOGY INTO THE 21st CENTURY
Founder & Chief Executive Innovator: Raymond P. Cannefax
Mr. Cannefax has an extensive technology background in the telecommunications and medical equipment sectors. As CEO of Paradigm Medical Industries, Inc. Mr. Cannefax directed the development of new technologies for ophthalmic diagnostic devices. In telecommunications he founded Apollo Telecom, Inc., and served as Western Division Director at Sprint Communications. Mr. Cannefax has held executive positions with two of the Nation's largest telecommunications companies, two medical diagnostic device manufacturers, and ventures he founded and operated. He holds degrees and certificates from the University of Utah and MIT's Cambridge Learning Center.
Technology Director: Fred Swemmer
A native of Holland, Mr. Swemmer has been involved in the electronics industry for over 22 years and is an expert at circuit board design. He was involved in bringing new technology to eastern Europe after it was liberated. Fred migrated to the United States, became a citizen, joined the US military where he worked extensively on helicopter tracking technology and on a variety of government and private electronic design projects. Fred is responsible for the ongoing electronic circuit designs of the Company's technology and manages product testing and development. Mr. Swemmer engineered the dashboard integrated Emergency Vehicle alert into the dashboard of a Ford automobile, and this technology can be implemented today into virtually any vehicle on the world's public highways. Mr. Swemmer continues to develop complex electronic circuitry for companies he founded and operates.
NOTE: The Company management team disbanded following the failure of the US DOT to follow through on their commitments to bring this technology to the market. Mr. Cannefax and Mr. Swemmer have remained engaged throughout this period and are reviving the company and updating this website. Both Mr. Cannefax and Mr. Swemmer,
effective January 2019, have committed their full intent to bring this life-saving technology to market. " We will work with any automobile manufacturer who express an interested to make this technology available for implementation in the automobiles they manufacture," said Mr. Cannefax during an interview during Salt Lake City's 2019 International Automobile Show.