Delayed emergency response causes over 140,000 deaths each year in the U.S., 22,000 of which occur at work. Siloed communication between public and private security teams is at the root of these delays.
SimpleSense reduces response times by sharing the most critical information with responders at the very start of an incident. We’re the first Incident Authority (IA), enabling at-scale, trusted, interoperable response.
Who we're working with
We are currently deployed with public safety agencies and Fortune 500s, universities, property managers, and government institutions to improve emergency response times and provide safer working environments by sharing critical information between all agencies responding to an emergency.
Better incident management with integrated response
How it works
SimpleSense implements Interconnect Agreements between two or more parties. This new type of legal agreement authorizes organizations to share critical information in real-time.
The biggest delay in emergency response stems from siloed communication: local, state, federal, military, and private security agencies all respond with different communication channels and procedures.
Solving this critical problem requires a secure clearinghouse of critical information that interoperates between agencies, enabling two or more parties to securely stream, analyze, and transact in critical information.
In 2018, after attending a government skunkworks hackathon, cofounders Alex & Eric founded SimpleSense to solve this critical problem that causes over 100,000 preventable deaths per year.