Huber Heights, Ohio – GlobalFlyte, a Dayton, Ohio based company whose mission is to provide unparalleled service to first responders through innovative technology solutions has partnered with the City of Huber Heights to install its communication, mapping and smart phone technologies into their day-to-day response activities.
“The City of Huber Heights looks forward to working with the GlobalFlyte Team to deploy their unique solution. We want to take advantage of any cost-effective, available innovation to support our first responders because they are the ones that put their lives on-the-line, every day to keep our residents and visitors safe,” said Mark Ashworth, Huber Heights Fire Chief. “Both Police Chief Lightner and I have examined GlobalFlyte thoroughly and believe this technology will enhance our first responder situational awareness during incidents. The recent tornadoes are a perfect example of how we could have utilized GlobalFlyte’s capabilities. We now have this solution, to count on, for our future use which will make us even better prepared,” he added.
Tim Shaw, GlobalFlyte’s President and COO adds, “We welcome the opportunity to partner with the City of Huber Heights. Our team is so impressed with how the city embraces innovation and supports small businesses in the region. GlobalFlyte also thanks the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce for our 2019 Soin Innovation Award that came with a cash award. Through this award, we were able to offer the City of Huber Heights a grant towards the purchase of GlobalFlyte.”
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.