DULUTH, Minn. (PRWEB) October 31, 2019
Last week Allerio, Inc. announced the release of its new secure “Mobile Hub” that enables a seamless rich data integration from the field to the ER. Allerio is a joint venture between the Public Safety Network LLC (PSN) and umlaut, the global engineering company formerly known as P3 Group . Umlaut announced its name change and rebrand recently to more accurately represent the innovative nature of its offerings in an ever-changing technology landscape and position itself for future growth. Umlaut is a global, full-service, cross-industry, end-to-end company that offers advisory and fulfilment services to clients across 50 locations all over the world and has partnered with the PSN to form Allerio, a new disruptive technology and communications services company.
This branding change has no impact on the Allerio joint venture other than to emphasize the synergy between PSN and umlaut in bringing Allerio’s disruptive and innovative new communications solutions to EMS and the broader public safety market. Allerio looks forward to continuing to engage with umlaut to leverage its engineering and specialized technical expertise across the globe in providing connectivity for the EMS community as the company continues to expand.
For more information, visit: https://www.Allerio.com.
Allerio is headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota with satellite offices spanning the U.S., including production facilities in Madison Heights, Michigan. The co-founders of PSN, TJ Kennedy, former President of the FirstNet Authority, and Jason Karp, former Chief Counsel of the FirstNet Authority, founded PSN to help bring to market the best technology and communications solutions to meet the mission critical needs of public safety. Allerio's smart connectivity solutions for EMS agencies, healthcare professionals, and hospitals provide a reliable communication platform to facilitate the exchange of critical patient information and data from the field to the hospital. Through an easy to use, one-button interface, Allerio gives EMS personnel an efficient and secure platform to connect devices and transmit rich data on it’s “Mobile Hub,” whether in or out of a vehicle, or patient home, ensuring patient data is delivered in real-time.