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SUNY Schenectady
Dean of Student Affairs
Martha Asselin

"Regroup is a great tool for communicating in the event of a campus crisis. It ensures business continuity should we need to close due to an emergency. I am very impressed!"

University of Alabama
Associate Registrar
Denny Savage

Hinds Community College
CIO
Russell Wood

Southeast Community College
Assistant Campus Director
Paula Young

York Technical College
Director of Info. Services
Ron Scott

Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog

Emergency Notification Survey Shows Increased Buying Trends in Education and Healthcare

Posted on Aug 14, 2014 in Emergency Notification, Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events

The results of Campus Safety Magazine’s annual Emergency Notification Survey are in and over 700 campus security, emergency management, law enforcement and other protection professionals responded to questions about their plans for new or upgraded solutions in the coming year. Not surprisingly considering the heightened focus on campus safety, over half of the respondents said they plan to or are considering deploying new or upgraded notification solutions in the coming year. What’s interesting to note is that when comparing the survey...

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View Regroup’s Presentation for Pilot Earthquake Notification System at San Francisco’s EIR Demo Day

Posted on Aug 12, 2014 in Emergency Preparedness, Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events

On July 30th Regroup presented its work on a pilot Earthquake Warning Notification System at San Francisco’s Entrepreneurship-in-Residence Demo Day. During the demonstration, Joe DiPasquale, CEO at Regroup, showed how Regroup’s pilot system would integrate with California ShakeAlerts to trigger automatic early earthquake notifications using pre-crafted messages in several different languages. This would ensure these life-saving messages would be as accessible as possible to San Francisco’s diverse communities. To learn more about...

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Active Shooter Drill at West Virginia State University Utilized Regroup’s Emergency Notification System

Posted on Aug 6, 2014 in Customers, Emergency Notification, Emergency Preparedness, Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events

As part of the new campus safety procedures that were approved earlier in the year, officials at West Virginia State University (WVSU) teamed up local police, emergency and fire departments to conduct an active shooter drill. In this realistic active shooter simulation conducted on July 25th, officers using role-play techniques and non-lethal training ammunition fired shots on the lawn of the library, as the ‘shooter’ fled inside the building. “A drill of this magnitude has not previously been done. Law enforcement stepped right in, and...

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Regroup Unveils Pilot Earthquake Warning Notification System at San Francisco’s Entrepreneurship-in-Residence Demo Day

Posted on Jul 31, 2014 in Emergency Notification, Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events

In conjunction with Regroup’s collaborative work with the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management through Mayor Ed Lee’s Entrepreneurship-in-Residence Program, Regroup’s CEO Joe DiPasquale presented our work on an automated, multilingual earthquake warning notification system. The presentation was held at the EIR Demo Day media event on July 30, 2014 at City Hall. Mayor Lee, Chief Innovation Officer Jay Nath, and other key civic innovators and stakeholders were in attendance. Panelists included Bryan Bashin with Lighthouse for...

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North Orange County Community College District Selects Regroup as its Emergency & Day-to-Day Communication Provider

Posted on Jul 28, 2014 in Customers, Emergency Notification, Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events, Press Releases

All campuses have unique communication challenges, but when you have three major campuses, along with numerous other specialized locations within a 155 square mile area those challenges are multiplied tenfold. The North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD) has an enrollment of over 61,000 students and more than 2,500 employees, and it needed a more effective way to communicate with its campus communities – both on a day-to-day basis and during an emergency situation. NOCCCD’s previous system took a long time to complete...

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