Just launched!: 2012 Survey on emergency communications and people with disabilities
December 4, 2012 / emergency communications
The Wireless RERC's Consumer Research Team has just launched a new survey on emergency communications for people with disabilities.
Emergency communications generally include two main components: 1) contacting emergency response services (911 services) for help, and 2) receiving public emergency alerts for events like severe weather and other natural events, amber alerts for missing children, and other emergencies.
The data gathered will be of great interest to regulatory authorities and other professionals working to improve emergency response and disaster relief.
As an incentive for taking the survey, they will be giving away two $100 Amazon gift certificates to two lucky respondents. Let your voice be heard!