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Titan HST makes sure you stay connected during weather emergencies with features like GPS, two-way communication and augmented reality. Titan HST, a leading provider of next-gen emergency response systems, allows businesses to stay connected with their employees and customers in times of crisis, like weather emergencies, allowing them to provide the proper help and services
Cutting-Edge Technologies Leveraged by Titan Global to Increase Strategic Emergency Response Capacity. NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Nov. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Titan HST, a leading provider of next-gen emergency response systems, is proud to announce the use of its emergency communication system at this week’s 86th Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting. Titan Global, a full-service
Vic A. Merjanian, Esq., is Founder and CEO of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc. Mr. Merjanian is dedicated to improving school safety, as well as organizational safety (spanning private and public businesses, NGOs, and governmental agencies). Mr. Merjanian envisioned Titan HST when he visited his Alma Mater High School before Christmas in 2013 …
SAN DIEGO (August 31, 2018) – University of San Diego (USD) School of Law alumnus Vic Merjanian, ’10 (JD), chief executive of Titan HST, has created an app designed to keep people connected and well informed during natural disasters like wildfires, hurricanes and floods. The app also does the same for man-made incidents, such as …
A MAN LOOKS at a vehicle turned upside down by winds brought on by Hurricane Irma on the Caribbean island of Anguilla last The Titan HST app was put through its paces as Anguilla faced a direct hit from Irma’s 185-mph winds. Fires, floods, fiascos fuel app’s popularity Start-up helps groups share information during emergencies.
(Newport Beach, Calif.) – Titan HST has updated their emergency two-way communication platform to 6.0, offering augmented reality, real-time translation, mesh networking and crowd-sourced data at increased speed and efficiency. Augmented reality allows rescuers to see through walls, the dark, underground subways, building collapses, rubble, smoke, fire and more
(Newport Beach, Calif.) – If you could be better prepared to get help during the next natural disaster, wouldn’t you take that opportunity? Before you experience a life-threatening situation, engage in a partnership with Titan HST, a comprehensive emergency alert and mass notifications system, suitable for businesses, governments, schools, and more.
Students in schools and academic campuses face an array of threats – medical emergencies, active shooter situations, natural disasters, fires, extreme weather conditions and many others. Until now, the approach to dealing with such disasters has often been retroactive. Fortunately, new communication and emergency signaling possibilities are enabling a proactive approach.
Titan Health & Security Technology is connecting people who need help with the people nearest to them who can provide it. As a result, people are receiving emergency assistance quicker and without the delays and rerouted phone calls associated with dialing “911.”
A truck with a message opposing the Swun Math program was parked outside a Newport-Mesa Unified School District board meeting in 2016. (File Photo) Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees unanimously signed off Tuesday on new math materials for grades six through eight, replacing Swun Math for sixth-graders.
Titan Global, LLC and Titan HST, Inc. Join Forces to Secure New York’s Most Prominent Properties and High-ProNle Events Apr 24, 2018 NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. and NEW YORK, April 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Titan HST, a leading provider of next- gen emergency response systems, today announced it entered a strategic multi-year contract valued at approximately $300 million with Titan Global, LLC, a full- service security provider specializing in emergency management and private security
Local tech entrepreneur and lawyer Vic Merjanian receives award for building next gen emergency response system Newport Beach, California, March 28, 2018 – Titan HST, a leading provider of next-gen emergency response systems, today announced that CEO Vic Merjanian was honored with Orange County Business Journal‘s 2018 Excellence In Entrepreneurship Award.
In the wake of the deadliest school shooting since the one at Sandy Hook Elementary in 2012, students and school officials are, once again, asking what students can do in the case of a shooter on campus
Cautious isn’t a word that is often associated with millennials. In fact, they are largely seen as being impulsive and adventure-seeking. Yet it turns out, that perception may not be completely accurate. According to a recent study, 76% of millennials surveyed reported passing up experiences due to personal safety concerns.
Vic A. Merjanian is the CEO and Founder of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc, and Vladimir Anderson, law enforcement consultant and Founder and Executive Director of the California Association of School Resource Officers and Safety Professionals.
The recent Las Vegas shooting rampage was a tragic event that reminds everyone that violent incidents have become all too frequent in modern society. Consider these statistics: There were more than 350 mass shootings in the United States in 2015. That same year, more than 12,000 people were killed in gun incidents.
New Emergency Communications Mobile App Saving Lives in California Newport Beach, Calif., October 2, 2017— 911 emergency communications were overwhelmed in Texas and Florida when thousands of people attempted to get help escaping from their flooded homes and businesses.
July 14, 2017, Newport Beach, Calif. – Vic A. Merjanian, Founder and CEO of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc., today announced that the corporation has been granted US patent 9,699,310 B2, published July 4, 2017. The Next-Gen community safety system patent for 2 -way communication between administrators, users and first responders, such as police, fire, and 911 dispatch, reduces emergency response time by an average of 50% – creating valuable response time during the critical period when a mass shooting or terrorism incident begins or other medical emergency is taking place.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., June 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vic A. Merjanian, Founder and CEO of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc., today announced the national launch of Titan HST its patented Next Gen 911 two way emergency communications platform for law enforcement, campus administrators and users to instantly communicate campus emergency alerts, broadcasts and lockdowns, survey users for their safety status and location and provide site-specific emergency materials.
Welcome to EM Weekly, I am Todd DeVoe, and today we have a special guest here, with an awesome communications tool, and just for full disclosure, I saw Vic from Titan HST give a presentation, and I fell in love with the product, and I’m actually going to implement this product at the university
March 2, 2017, Newport Beach, Calif. – Vic A. Merjanian, Founder and CEO of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc., today announced the company’s increase of its research and development budget to integrate leading edge on-demand medical capabilities into Titan HST, its patent-pending 2-way emergency communications mobile app and web platform used in schools, government and corporate organizations to secure their campuses.
September 15, 2016, Newport Beach, Calif. – Vic A. Merjanian, Founder and CEO of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc., today announced the launch of Titan HST its patent-pending Next Gen 911 two way emergency communications platform for law enforcement, campus administrators and users.
September 1, 2016, Newport Beach, Calif. – Vic A. Merjanian, Founder and CEO of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc., today announced that Titan HST began its district-wide deployment of the Titan HST platform, consisting of iOS (iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch), Android, and Web Apps, its ground-breaking, patent-pending Next-Gen 911 2-way mass emergency communications system, following a successful pilot program.
Technology has undoubtedly become an integral part of our school systems, and security is no exception. Corona del Mar High School (CdM) recently implemented the security app Titan HST into the school’s security program, connecting students, teachers, administrators, parents, and police officers with just the touch of a button.
The Titan FIST has potential to revolutionize safety measures and protect students nationwide starting with NMUSD. Kara Carlson Opinion Editor Since Sandy Hook and other school shooting tragedies parents, students and administrators throughout the nation are forced to think about themselves within emergency situations.