March 31, 2015 02:49 PM by Matthew Cole
After returning from three days on the road visiting Apple stores in Salt Lake City, Rancho Cucamonga, and Newport Beach, EVALS could not be more excited about the future of technology and the benefits a mobile workforce will realize by taking advantage of these advancements.
By working closely with Apple, our partner, Wolfpack Solutions, has been able to identify significant improvements in effectiveness and efficiency for Public Safety. When properly implemented, iOS can help every division in the Fire Service and Law Enforcement.
EVALS was honored to sit at the table with Wolfpack solutions and Tablet Command to share our product features and benefits. Although Salt Lake City and Southern California are 700 miles apart, fire agencies in these areas share pain points and stand side by side in the mission to find ways to make training better.
EVALS feels very fortunate to have regional fire service leaders, the most innovating tech company (Apple), and amazing partners collaborating with us and discussing what collectively can be accomplished by working together.
EVALS would like to thank all involved parties for the opportunity, passion, and commitment to finding successful solutions for Public Safety.
We live in a world where technology plays an important role in our everyday lives. We are either on a computer, tablet, or smartphone for a good part of the day. This interaction with technology is only going to increase in the future. These technologies are being utilized by organizations to train their employees in an interactive learning environment. 91% of learning development leaders ...
EVALS, with our partners, Tablet Command and Wolfpack Solutions, will be in Booth #1803
Come see how collectively we are "turning tablets from toys... into tools", and how EVALS is bettering the Fire Service for our brothers and sisters.
While at the booth, make sure to enter to win an iPAD!
We look forward to seeing you there!
As a probationary Firefighter, one of my weekly assignments was to grab a random tool from the engine and bring it into the day room, where my crew would quiz me on all of it's possible uses.
I would be able to come up with most, if not all of the obvious uses, and maybe a few other “off-label” uses, then my crew would proceed to “drop their knowledge” on me: As through years of ...