June 17, 2021 | View as webpage

Dear EMS1 Member,

The arrival of 5G means public safety agencies can see and act on real-time information faster and more efficiently. Join Lexipol’s Nick Bruckner, along with Cradlepoint’s James Weaver, and Axon’s Blake Bullock and Will Egner, as they discuss the demand for connected vehicle technology to provide greater insight, access and visibility to first responders in the field. Register to attend the June 22 webinar, sponsored by Cradlepoint.  

— The EMS1 Team

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