Six years ago, HAAS Alert founder Cory Hohs was nearly struck by an ambulance speeding through an intersection in Chicago. The experience stuck with him. In his mind, a flashing light isn't sufficient warning.
Code 3 to Integrate Connected Vehicle Tech in Lighting Products
Code 3 plans to incorporate HAAS Alert’s Safety Cloud collision prevention service in its products. With HAAS Alert’s connected vehicle technology integrated, Code 3’s lineup of vehicle lighting solutions...
Active911 and HAAS Alert Partner to Increase Emergency Responder Safety
With distracted driving a major problem, First Responders put themselves at great risk while responding to emergency situations. According to a University of Minnesota study, the risk of collision between a civilian vehicle and emergency vehicle can be reduced by up to 90% when nearby drivers receive an advance warning.
StartUS Insights Ranks HAAS Alert Top 5 Out of 300 Connected Car Startups In Automotive
HAAS Alert C-V2X technologies are an answer to the coordination challenge of manned and autonomous vehicles while also easing the way toward smart cities. HAAS Alert delivers safety solutions to all road users by sending real-time data to autonomous and connected vehicles.
HAAS Alert deploying first citywide digital emergency vehicle alert system connecting Police, Fire and EMS alerts on one platform
HAAS Alert plans to deploy a complete citywide digital alert solution in partnership with the Grand Rapids Police Department, Fire Department and EMS. The pilot will test real-time notifications to drivers when responders are en route to a call or on-scene via Responder-to-Vehicle (R2V) technology...
HAAS Alert is 2018 Midwest IoT Innovation Rising Star Award Winner
The Illinois Technology Association (ITA) announced today the winners of the Midwest IoT Innovation Awards. Nominated and selected by the ITA’s IoT Council, the awards were designed to highlight leaders...
Nextgov: Department of Homeland Security Funds HAAS Alert, Emergency Vehicle Tech
The department awarded a $1.1 million contract to a Chicago-based startup to flesh out cellular technology that automatically notifies drivers when they’re in the vicinity of police cars, firetrucks and ambulances.