Posts in the Category: Field Trial

Emergency Medical Services Provider, RockDoc™, Puts CommandWear to the Test at the 2015 Pemberton Music Festival

From July 16-19, 2015 over 100,000 music enthusiasts flocked to the remote community of Pemberton, BC to experience 4 days of immersion in culture, music and revelry, with an additional 5 million people viewing the event through Snapchat Live.

“We were very impressed with how smoothly and easily our teams learned to use the CommandWear system. We have used consumer tracking and dispatch technology in the past and recognize …

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CommandWear Wins Over the “Dragons” At Western Innovation Forum (WIF) 2015

CommandWear was recognized today at the Western Innovation Forum (WIF) for its innovation. WIF 2015 is an industry-oriented conference aimed at connecting Western Canada’s aerospace, marine, defence and security industries to innovation-driven investment, partnership and business opportunities. Major multi-nationals from around the world are in attendance.

CommandWear Systems Inc, and NGrain were selected from the companies awarded a BCIP contract to highlight their innovation.

Diane Finley,  Minister of Public Works and Government …

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CommandWear Announces It’s “6 Pack” Pilot Program, Situational Awareness In A Box.

CommandWear’s 6 Pack pilot program provides a fast, easy, cost effective way for organizations assess the value of smartwatches and smartphones to enhance operational efficiencies and increase employee safety.

This program is ideal for organizations interested in any or all of the following:

Understanding and measuring increased speed and accuracy (efficiencies) of response by tracking locations of response personnel;  Enhancing the safety of personnel through advanced tracking and alerting tools;
Improving communications …

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CommandWear Qualifies for Build in Canada Innovation Program

CommandWear Qualifies for Build in Canada Innovation Program

CommandWear is very pleased to announce that its proposal to the Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) was chosen from among hundreds to receive major funding for a technology pilot with a Canadian federal government department.

Administered by the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) of Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC), the BCIP is a unique program that supports Canadian businesses …

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CommandWear Successfully Tests on Band 14 (FirstNet, Public Safety Broadband Network)

Broadband spectrum has been set aside for public safety use in both Canada and the US. The plan is to use an LTE network on that spectrum to allow public safety access to modern, broadband communications infrastructure that is secure and dedicated.

CommandWear is working with companies developing products and organizations testing these products so that when the Public Safety Broadband Network (PSBN) becomes available we will be ready. We recently …

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Vancouver Technology Company Launches Next Generation of Situational Awareness Solutions for First Responders

CommandWear integrates mobile and wearable technologies to support intelligence-led decision making where public safety organizations need it most – at the last tactical mile.

VANCOUVER, BC (September 30, 2014): CommandWear Systems Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of its latest release of the CommandWear situational awareness platform, built for public safety agencies that need better and more cost-effective ways to support front-line emergency personnel’s responsiveness, decision making and safety.

CommandWear is a …

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CommandWear Field Tested by BC Ambulance

The @Commandwear team had a great day at another major event: #GranFondo 2014 cycling event in Whistler.  CommandWear mobile apps were deployed to track responders and the text messaging proved invaluable when radio comms failed. #smartwatch technology also worked well. Happy to share the lessons with any public safety or security agencies.

We have written up a case study with the results of the trial at BC Ambulance. If you would …

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