Omnilert, the pioneer in mass emergency notification systems, was recently host to Virginia’s 10th District Representative Barbara Comstock, providing her with a view into the latest advances in critical communications technology. Omnilert created the first emergency notification system for schools, e2Campus, and has pioneered multimodal mass notification technologies for more than a decade.
“As chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Research and Technology in the Science, Space, and Technology Committee, I make it a priority to study the newest and most innovative technologies,” explained Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (VA-10). “Omnilert is a pioneer in technologies that protect our schools and businesses during emergencies, and we are fortunate to have them located right here in Virginia’s 10th District.” – Congresswoman Barbara Comstock
Representative Comstock’s visit comes on the heels of Omnilert’s Scenario Manager being selected to receive the Most Disruptive Technology Award by the Innovative Solutions Consortium’s (ISC) panel of expert judges. This award is given to the innovation considered to be a compelling next generation advancement that will replace, rather than improve upon, current solutions. As part of Omnilert’s offering, Scenario Manager gives schools and businesses a powerful new way to protect their people during emergencies and critical situations.
Omnilert executives briefed Representative Comstock on Scenario Manager’s ability to activate a highly-orchestrated set of crisis response actions with one click, greatly accelerating the notifications and crisis management responses needed in all types of emergencies.
“We’re delighted to have Representative Comstock take interest in our mission of using technology to protect schools and businesses during emergencies,” explained Ara Bagdasarian, CEO and co-founder, Omnilert. “Like us, she clearly understands the significant impact that emerging technologies can have in saving lives during dangerous situations.”