September 12, 2015 – Scottsdale, AZ – As America remembered the lost lives on one of its darkest days, Renfinity, Inc. commemorated 9/11 with the symbolic launch of the first-to-market Enterprise Wireless Asset Management (EWAM) system, Secure Grid® and Secure City®, conceived from the tragic events of that day.
Secure Grid® and Secure City® solutions were developed with MIL-SPEC Engineering as a secured wireless mesh and situational awareness solution as an answer to 9/11 recovery efforts where emergency responders’ rescue efforts were challenged with locating and communicating with victims and responders. With the ability to track people, physical assets and equipment real-time within a secure and private network, provide video and audio communication features, Renfinity’s solutions provides emergency responders and organizations with the multi-channel communication and situational awareness – all in real time. Our integrated and open-source platforms enable the sharing of data and information in a secure and reliable wireless infrastructure across the enterprise
SAAS and IAAS MODELS
Cloud solutions are optional solutions Renfinity provides for our clients in our Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and our Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hosted solutions. Clients benefit because they do not need to purchase many of the back-end components of a complex infrastructure. Support costs for a complex infrastructure incur high maintenance expenses, require expanded data space, and require extensive staff training. The solutions reduce the upfront initial investment so there is lower cost of entry with an immediate and measureable ROI. We offer monthly use subscriptions with a flat cost curve that support incrementally priced growth over the life of the application. This approach meets the needs and budgets of small, medium, and large companies or institutions.
“Living in New York City and contracting for the FDNY asset management projects, I was not only able to witness the tragic event, but also through our project engagement, I was able to understand the lack of communications between the emergency responders with the loss of the towers and the inability to locate the most important assets – the victims of the 9/11.” according to Renfinity CEO Renée McCown. “We and our partner, MIL-SPEC Engineering felt we could help solve many of these problems with the right technologies and deliver a much more robust security solution to our customers’ entire application infrastructure. By offering this as a service, our customers, who require Department of Defense class security, can now achieve the scale that they need to accomplish their business and infrastructure security goals.”
Renfinity’s patent pending Secure Grid® solution is FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) compliant using secure RFID to track and protect the movement of physical and human assets as they move within an organization’s wireless network infrastructure. This solution greatly enhances a company’s security solution, as it reduces the risk of bad actors gaining access to assets that they should not have access to, as well as prevents the removal of secure physical assets from the locations where they belong.
Renfinity will begin the process of rolling out this solution to the general market in Q3 2014.
Renfinity provides Secure Grid® and Real Time Location Services to private and public sector companies. Renfinity’s patent pending solution allows companies to know at all times, the physical location of all of their assets, both human and physical. To this end, Renfinity has developed and filed patent applications for the Secure Grid®, a method for implementing unparalleled security while tracking these assets. For more information, visit www.renfinity.com.
MIL-SPEC ENGINEERING has developed and filed multiple patent applications for solutions such as Secure Grid® and Zero-N an optical relay system which provides real-time video from a weapon or non-weapon mounted optic. This capability allows for direct view of a shooter from a remote location. For more information, visit www.mil-specengineering.com