Monday, September 21, 2009

sprint provides cel/gps to fema for vehicle tracking program

officially called 'commercial equipment direct assistance program'
sprint provides cel/gps to fema for vehicle tracking programfrom sprint: The Federal Emergency Management Agency, a division of the Department of Homeland Security, is relying on Sprint to provide 2,000 Nextel handsets in support of FEMA’s nationwide vehicle tracking system. As part of an agreement signed earlier this year, Sprint is providing handsets equipped with industry-leading Nextel Direct Connect® and TeleNav Track, a cell phone-based GPS navigation and tracking service. This powerful combination of technologies allows the agency do its job efficiently during an emergency by supporting quick deployment and effective management of its critical resources. The ability to set up anywhere and at any time is crucial for FEMA, especially when the agency is called upon to provide disaster support... Sprint offers the following hurricane preparedness tips, pandemic flu tips for businesses and consumers. To learn more, click on this link to watch a Sprint executive speaking about Sprint’s pandemic planning and preparations tips for businesses and general consumers.

1 comment:

Joshua Sophy said...

The first trial over toxic FEMA trailers is finally underway in New Orleans:

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