UNT Research Featured on NSF Website

The National Science Foundation's website recently featured a press release and videos on a new 9-1-1 software system using smart phone technology that virtually places 9-1-1 operators at an emergency scene, helping operators to gather the most accurate information possible to better prepare first responders.

The press release states that "with support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), his team designed several innovative smart phone apps that virtually place 9-1-1 operators at the scene of an emergency, allowing them to quickly and accurately collect information, assist victims and help first responders save lives."

Read the NSF press release on the smart phone app.

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