MetLife Stadium, home to the NFL’s New York Giants and New York Jets, has stepped up its public safety technology after implementing software-based emergency management services.
Genasys, a provider of communications systems and solutions designed to help keep people safe, announced new, multi-year Genasys Emergency Management (GEM) software-as-a-service (SaaS) contracts with MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
GEM empowers governments and enterprises to better protect people with real-time life safety alerts. Using GEM, emergency managers send notifications through multiple channels, including voice calls, SMS messages, email, desktop alerts, social media, IPAWS, and other delivery systems to help ensure critical communications are received by people in harm’s way.
“Our GEM software has replaced competitors’ services in almost all of the new contracts we have announced to date,” said Richard S. Danforth, Chief Executive Officer, Genasys Inc. “GEM is currently used by cities, counties, agencies, and enterprises in 17 U.S. states and four countries to help protect citizens, employees, and event spectators.”
Mr. Danforth added, “The new GEM contracts include 13 counties in Indiana, Oklahoma and Texas. More than 430,000 city and county residents are covered by GEM under these government agreements. Our software business pipeline continues to grow, and we anticipate announcing several more government and enterprise contracts this fiscal year.”