Public Safety Startup Reporty Rebrands as Carbyne, Launches New App-Free Emergency Call Service
The company is now working with partners to add its service to automated emergency hailing services in cars
Tofi Stoler | 18:18 29.01.2018
Tel Aviv-based emergency calls startup Reporty Homeland Security Ltd. rebrands as Carbyne Inc. and launches a new set of products, the company announced Sunday. The new products include a service that turns regular dial-up calls to emergency call centers into smart calls that include live video streaming, location pinpointing and chat services without the user having to install the company’s app.
For daily updates, subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here.Carbyne’s service allows dispatchers to receive GPS data, video and audio transmission and use texting services to supplement voice in distress calls. “Our business model is based on giving civilians as many ways as possible to efficiently communicate with emergency dispatchers,” Carbyne co-founder and CEO Amir Elichai said in a phone interview with Calcalist, Monday.