Critical Response Systems adapts its mission-critical communications system to monitor and control the Internet of Things.
New network controller further enhances CRS market-leading response paging and wireless data solutions.
Users can signal personal distress by holding down the M1503’s red button for 3 seconds.
CRS announces the award of U.S. Pat. No. 8,588,207
The Johns Hopkins Hospital Becomes One of the First U.S. Hospitals to Receive a License under New FCC Regulations.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, a user of the Critical Response hospital alerting solution, regains the #1 hospital ranking for people with life-threatening and rare conditions
The FCC has issued an order making high-power send/receive channels in the 935-940MHz band available to hospitals.
Monroe County Public Safety Communications has begun deployment of the M1503 response pager for primary dispatch.
Critical Response Systems Client hospital receives ECRI Institute award for work on clinical Alarm Fatigue, a serious problem affecting healthcare delivery is hospitals worldwide.
Johns Hopkins Hospital goes live with SPARKGAP and the M1503 for clinical alerting.