Click anywhere on this post for the SAM brochure that LED Solutions, our Canadian reseller, and iSIGN recently prepared for LED's wholly owned subsidiary, Push Digital Media. This brochure is being forwarded to the existing client base and sales prospects of both LED and Push Media.
As a result of reaching out to the School Board yesterday with an offer to install our SAM, at no cost, into Marjory Stoneham Douglas High School, we were asked by reply to complete their Vendor Registration Application. This is a quick first step towards being able to sell our SAM technology for use at their 310 schools and education centers, with approximately 270,000 students.
As announced on March 2, our reseller Rich Multimedia Technologies had been invited to present to the Orange County Department of Education and Orange Unified School District at a security information session entitled "Active Shooter Response Presentation for Parents". This was a session that included a panel discussion with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, the Anaheim Police, parents and teachers.
As a result of RMT's presentation it was requested and agreed that separate meetings would be held between RMT and each separate group (the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, the Anaheim Police, parents and teachers) for more in-depth discussions with each group. These one-on-one meetings have been scheduled to start next Tuesday (March 13).
Orange County and Orange Unified School Districts have approximately 40,000 students enrolled.
iSIGN and our reseller Rich Multimedia Technologies have been asked to put together a formal proposal for our Security Alert Messaging (SAM) solution as it pertains to airports, for delivery to a senior upper-level DHS executive. The presentation is currently being worked on and once completed to the satisfaction of all involved with its preparation, will be delivered electronically. It will then be presented in person at meetings to be held in Washington D.C., with the date to be determined once the material is delivered.
Presentation of SAM to airports started in June 2017. The introduction process continued and expanded, with meetings held in late October 2017 at Denver, Colorado with airport management and mid-level TSA/DHS staffers that included a presentation and demonstration of SAM’s capabilities. While the process has been lengthy, we believe the end result will be beneficial to all.
The DHS controls the federal budget for Safety and Security investments including all Transportation Security Administration operations and technology at all airports in the United States.