Monthly Archives: October 2018

Why Public Safety Technology Should Be Part of Your Annual Budget

Balancing a public safety agency’s budget can be complicated. Finding funding for staff salaries, equipment, and more can quickly deplete a department’s resources. While personnel are the most important of any agency’s budget, here we’ll break down why more departments are making space for public safety technology in their annual budgets. The Public Safety Budget Breakdown Currently, most agencies in the U.S. receive their funding from local taxpayers, which can lead to conflicts among local government officials. The bulk of what [...]

By |2018-10-11T16:01:40+00:00October 18th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Adashi President Speaks on Baltimore Innovation Week Panel

Public Safety Software Leader Discusses International Opportunities for Small Businesses Baltimore MD: This Thursday, Adashi’s president Sanjay Kalasa participated on a panel of small business leaders as part of  Start-up Global, a Baltimore Innovation Week event providing insights on how Maryland enterprises can explore and break into international markets. Other panelists included Christina Caraballo of Audacious Inquiry and David Tohn of BTS Software. The panel described the resources that Maryland small business owners can take advantage of in their quest to expand beyond [...]

By |2018-10-11T15:58:19+00:00October 11th, 2018|News|0 Comments

How Public Safety Solutions Protect First Responders from 5 Common Hazards

As first responders, we encounter many hazards in our day-to-day operations. However, there are many public safety solutions that work to mitigate these risks and improve our safety. As a former career firefighter, I have seen firsthand how many of these technologies can assist first responders. Below, I’ll explore a few of the ways these technologies are working to help Fire, EMS, and Law Enforcement better perform our duties. 1) Hazard Identification When emergency services staff respond to an [...]

By |2018-10-04T09:03:02+00:00October 4th, 2018|Safety|0 Comments