At Salamander, we are saving lives of our 1st Responders and the citizens they protect by offering a superior automatic identification system that accounts for all personnel, verifies responder identities, and provides a common operating picture during an incident, emergency or field event. Our contributions to homeland security will accelerate as the Salamander solution fulfills the national imperative for a unified system to identify and track all participants of a large-scale incident – responders, volunteers, and civilian victims.
Provide an easy to use, affordable, scalable and redundant platform for interagency resource accountability – from the tag to the web – that complies with federal mandates for the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Personal Identity Verification (PIV).
Purpose. We are guided by a noble mission – the safety and well-being of our first responders and the citizens they protect. Our vision is to provide a superior automatic identification and tracking solution to enhance the situational awareness of all personal during an incident, field event, or mass disaster.
Integrity. We conduct business with the highest level of honesty and transparency. Trust is fundamental to our relationships with customers, suppliers, employees, and investors.
Nimble. We are fast to adapt to an ever changing market. As technology churn occurs faster and faster, we will anticipate change and make the right choices at the right time to maintain our leadership.
Customer Driven. We are accountable to our customers. At the end of the day, our responsiveness to their needs will determine our success as a company.
Perseverance. Confident in our mission and vision, we will overcome all obstacles and challenges to our success. We will not only survive, we will thrive.
Identification, tracking and monitoring are the core pillars of accountability, and are essential to the infrastructure for emergency response management. Emergency response management must always be prepared to manage any incident or event – planned or unplanned – and oversee accountability to mitigate possible situations and ensure the safety of others. However, standard accountability tools in the field do not enable response teams to meet expectations set by the government. Today, teams are set up to manage data, resources and individuals manually – pen and paper, radio, etc. – all of which obstruct and restrict situational awareness and reporting, and put on-scene individuals at risk.