To find and compare every competitor to Zeer globally that operates in the next generation 911 space and uses FirstNet.
Carbyne911 offers two product lines: c-Lite and c-Live. c-Live is the applicable competitive product to Zeer.
c-Live, "Enrich[es] the voice call with the best location capabilities in the industry, video, unrivaled resiliency and flexibility, AI-enhanced automation functionalities and more. c-Live gathers as much information as possible from an incident. Then, the platform secures, organizes, and enhances the data. Finally, c-Live presents the most critical information to a call-taker such that it is easily shareable to others in the response chain."
Carbyne911 partners with Cisco to provide its services, is powered by AWS and is a provider of Android™ Emergency Location Services.
Some of their customers include Pennington County 911, Stark County Sheriff's Department and Morgan County.
Carbyne911's latest funding was a Series B round for $15 million in 2018. Its valuation is estimated at $100 million. To date, it has received around $24 million in total funding.
SaferMobility is more targeted towards private entities like hospitals, businesses or college campuses. Their main product is an app that users can then stream/send live video, audio and geolocation straight to security officials.
The app also features an "escort" mode which triggers an alarm if the user's finger is removed.
No valuation or funding information could be found for SaferMobility. Owler has a vague revenue estimate of $2.6 million.
The FirstNet App Catalog is not publicly accessible in order to be able to methodically check for competitors.
There are reports that Amazon's Ring is interested in tapping into the live video/911 space.
Then, we turned to looking for news stories and press releases for 911 or other emergency departments partnering with a provider that offered live video streaming. Most news stories we founded pointed to Carbyne911.