911 DRONE DEPLOYMENT
RotorDrone|February/ March 2021
Archer Unmanned Air Systems (Archer UAS), technology company with a 911-integrated drone deployment system, has announced a partnership with RapidDeploy as part of its Lightning Partner Program.
Archer’s lifesaving drone deployment software, Archer First Response Systems (AFRS), will be integrated into the RapidDeploy SaaS platform, enabling 911 agencies to better locate victims and dispatch time-sensitive, lifesaving supplies by drone with the touch of a button. RapidDeploy’s cloud-native SaaS platform has been deployed at over 500 public safety agencies and 911 call centers, with an additional 150 deployments currently in progress throughout the U.S.

As a RapidDeploy Lightning Partner, Archer UAS joins an ecosystem of technology players working to create an end-to-end Unified Critical Response platform, democratizing public safety through cloud-native technology. RapidDeploy continues to expand the number of partner technologies and services offered through its 911 dispatch platform to reduce response times, improve situational awareness, and equip emergency responders with tools to enhance public safety. RapidDeploy Strategic Partners include AT&T, Microsoft, OnStar, ADT, and many others.

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