Posts Tagged ‘App’
Unfortunately, we’ve seen our fair share of extraordinary environmental events in 2011—the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the U.S. East Coast earthquake, an early snow and even an asteroid fly-by. We also experienced several hurricanes, including Hurricane Irene that mostly dissipated by the time it reached CTIA’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. For Navy personnel [...]
We use apps every day for productivity, social and entertainment. With more than 1.2 million apps available from more than 11 operating systems, the possibilities for innovation are limitless. With so much innovation, investment and competition in the U.S. wireless industry, commercial wireless technology is a natural fit for the needs of our military. Last [...]
As part of our November blog theme on wireless and the U.S. military, we are highlighting some of the benefits that wireless devices and services offer America’s troops. Military personnel in war zones are exposed to great physical and psychological risks. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has said more than 400,000 veterans were treated [...]
Our November blog theme is focused on the wireless products and services that help America’s military successfully conduct their missions while being safe. One innovative example we highlighted in the November WOW Policy Point is the U.S. Army Marketplace application store. This new store was previewed by WIRED earlier this year in an article that [...]
Mobile devices are improving everyone’s lifestyle, including the military. Some examples cited are the “Army Marketplace” applications store, which will include a variety of apps that help soldiers train and prepare for their respective jobs, navigate in unknown territories, maintain their health and stay better connected with medical personnel.
When San Ramon Chief Richard Price saw an ambulance rush to an emergency situation next door, he realized that emergency personnel aren’t always informed of nearby 911 situations. Price’s fire department created the free nationwide “Fire Department” app to alert those who are first aid trained of nearby emergencies and help save lives.
Daniel Mattes, CEO of Jumio, demonstrates his innovative mobile credit card reader app during CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS™.
Looking for a way to differentiate between callers? During CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS™, I interviewed Base 2 Applications CFO Paul Benjamin. In our discussion, he weighs in on their new mobile app, ViBe, that allows users to set different vibrations to callers so that you can find out who is calling by the feel of [...]