Dayton, Ohio – GlobalFlyte, a Dayton, Ohio based company whose mission is to provide unparalleled service to first responders through innovative technology solutions is a 2018 finalist for the Soin Award for Innovation competition. GlobalFlyte was one of three companies chosen to present in front of the panel of judges on March 6, 2018.
“We were very pleased to select GlobalFlyte as a Soin Award for Innovation finalist, said Phil Parker, president & CEO of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce. “The quality of applicants we receive each year continues to grow, making the task of choosing the top three finalist businesses very difficult this year. Each of the top three finalists, including GlobalFlyte, had elements in their proposal responses that resonated with our panel of judges.”
The Soin Award for Innovation is designed to help innovative businesses take their ideas to the next level. The ideal applicant demonstrates an entrepreneurial spirit through a unique recently- or soon-to-be introduced product or service that will have the ability to sustain long-term growth for the company, increase local employment and assist in the creation of economic prosperity within the region.
With generous support of chamber members, especially Soin LLC and the Rajesh K. Soin family, the chamber’s Education and Public Improvement (EPI) Foundation presents the Soin Award for Innovation at the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting each spring.
“GlobalFlyte provides an innovative cloud-hosted and easily deployable solution to first responders, to help clear the fog of chaos by giving the incident commander tools to make enhanced decisions to protect life and property. We are extremely proud to be to be chosen as a Soin Award for Innovation finalist,” said Tim Shaw, GlobalFlyte President and COO.
Globalflyte’s team of seasoned public safety professionals bring a unique understanding of and passion for identifying solutions by developing and integrating communication comprehension technologies borne out of U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) with commercially developed mapping, imaging and smart phone technologies. This integration creates a unique robust situational awareness solution for our local government public safety users responding to emergency and crisis incidents. These technologies can also support public works and economic development departments through a tethered drone and unique imaging and mapping applications.
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