BURLINGTON, Mass., 17 Dec. 2015. Miami-Dade Aviation Department managers have chosen Everbridge, a global provider of SaaS-based unified critical communications systems, to support security, incident response, and resiliency at Miami International Airport (MIA) through its critical communications platform. The airport will deploy Everbridge’s incident management and secure mobile solutions to automate, customize, and deliver communications to key employees, responders, and passengers.
Everbridge incident management and critical communication solutions currently serve 21 of the top 25 airports in North America by passenger volume, and more than 50 U.S.-based international and regional airports -- including 100 percent of Large Hub Airports in Florida, officials say.
“Everbridge excels at near real-time communication, and we look forward to adding their innovative services to our incident response protocol, as we continue to enhance our internal and external communication systems,” says Miami-Dade Aviation Director Emilio T. González.
“We’re excited to invite Miami International into our family of U.S.-based airports to provide them with a secure solution that can minimize errors for communications during all types of incidents,” Everbridge CEO Jaime Ellertson says. “We continue to generate clear momentum with leading airports across the country, and look forward to continued partnerships with airports and other organizations throughout Florida.”
Everbridge is a global provider of SaaS-based unified critical communications solutions. During mission-critical business events or manmade or natural disasters, the Everbridge platform enables customers to quickly and reliably deliver the right message and reach the right people, on the right device, in the right location, at the right time.
Using sophisticated communications technologies, Everbridge has the ability to deliver and verify messages in near real-time to more than 100 different communication devices, in over 200 countries and territories, in multiple languages – all simultaneously. Everbridge is based in Boston and Los Angeles, with additional offices in San Francisco, Beijing, and London.
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