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Governor Appoints GPS Fleet Tracking Expert To CA Emergency Medical Services Authority


Sacramento, California (March 30, 2011) – The Governor of California appointed Aaron Hamilton, a recognized expert in mobile communications and GPS fleet tracking & management solutions to the California Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA).

Aaron, who serves as the Chief Technology Officer for GPS Logic, a leading California technology company, was selected by the Governor to enhance EMSA’s ability to utilize emerging communications and GPS technology to respond to major disasters and potential terrorist threats.

Hamilton was the lead developer for GPS Logic when it developed the Logic 5000, a sophisticated mobile communication platform that allows medical, fire and law enforcement vehicles to deliver high-speed wireless data transmission from sensors for delivery of a multitude of data, including biological and radiological substances. That information is integrated with an Automatic Vehicle Location and GPS mapping system that allows real time coordination and assignment of mobile assets and responders.

Former Appointments Secretary for the Governor, Richard Sarmiento, said, “This is a very important and appointment by the governor. Aaron very may well be the foremost expert in GPS based fleet deployment and management technologies.

Using rich textured maps, emergency response managers are able to view every outfitted emergency vehicle in the state, its location and availability in real time. This allows for instant identification and deployment of the closest and most appropriate response team to the incident of greatest need.
The system, which is in widespread use with leading emergency responders and private enterprises, is quickly being adopted by commercial enterprises and government agencies throughout California.

Business enterprises are quickly following suit and adopting this system for logistical control of their fleets and field personnel as well.

This system just completed months of field trials with several of the largest EMS, fire and law enforcement agencies in California. Contracts are expected to be completed with these agencies before the end of the month.


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