INDMEX and OPEN collaborate to offer integrated incident response solution

13 August 2013 (Last Updated August 13th, 2013 18:30)

INDMEX Aviation, a developer of airport and surveillance solutions has collaborated with OPEN Incorporated, the creator of the SafetyPAD suite for emergency medical services (EMS), to provide integrated airport EMS incident response system.

INDMEX Aviation, a developer of airport and surveillance solutions has collaborated with OPEN Incorporated, the creator of the SafetyPAD suite for emergency medical services (EMS), to provide integrated airport EMS incident response system.

The integrated system will provide complete airport situational awareness, runway incursion warnings and records management enterprise system for airport first responders.

OPEN SafetyPAD Operations director Scott Streicher said that SafetyPAD is already deployed by Fire and EMS teams at some of the busiest airports globally.

"After speaking with airport operations directors and airport emergency responders, it was clear to us that there is an unmet need for solutions that solve ongoing challenges at airports resulting from increased operations by both aircraft and vehicles on the airport surface," Streicher said.

"The integrated system will provide complete airport situational awareness, runway incursion warnings and records management enterprise system for airport first responders."

"With the INDMEX partnership, we will be able to fulfil that demand."

The combined solution will also boost efficiency, security and accountability for airport personnel through the deployment of the eSQUIDER Vehicle and Personnel Tracking System.

INDMEX Aviation founder Carlos Nevarez said that the company's solution will offer its customers with real-time operational and situational awareness, together with runway incursion warnings across a range of hardware platforms such as mobile devices.

"These solutions integrate seamlessly with air traffic control ground surveillance systems, giving airports a cost effective means to improve safety for their passengers and airport staff," Nevarez said.

"By aligning with SafetyPAD, we can give air traffic controllers and airport operations personnel a complete picture of what is happening wherever and whenever it occurs on and off the airfield."