Mobisoft Infotech has partnered with leading organizations, companies and government entities through Memorandums of Understanding (MOU’s), and contracts to establish, develop and lead in the fight to stop texting and driving. Mobisoft is a proud member of these organizations and supports all of them through collaboration and participation.
Shailendra Sinhasane, IF-IQ Product Development, Mobisoft Infotech.
Shailendra Sinhasane has been working at Mobisoft Infotech to define IF-IQ product strategy, score mechanism, & patent-pending interruptions tracking mechanism with transportation safety team.
Interruption Scoring (IF-IQ™) while driving can help transportation safety community at national level learn and understand the behavior of while operating motor vehicle. IF- IQ™ technology can provide a comprehensively analysis of interruptions when using a smartphone and driving a motor vehicle: SMS Messages, telephone calls, social apps, emails, maps, games, pictures as well as the number of miles you have driven.
Rick Alexander, Director of Transportation Safety and Research, Mobisoft Infotech
Focusing specifically on enterprise mobility solutions and highway safety mobile apps for transportation and highway safety. Involved in providing support to local law enforcement, EMS and Fire Departments on traffic records safety data systems relative to crash data systems. Currently working and reviewing state crash data systems in comparison to the Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria (MMUCC) and current budgets per the State Highway Safety Office (SHSO) Plan. Working with agencies in developing new crash system reporting applications. Currently creating a first point of contact for technical questions regarding drone surveillance at crash scenes for first responders, law enforcement and EMS.
International Association of Chiefs Police
IACP is dedicated to advancing the law enforcement profession through advocacy, outreach, education and programs.
The Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals exists to further the development and sharing of traffic records system procedures, tools, and professionalism.
GHSA represents the state and territorial highway safety offices that implement programs to address behavioral highway safety issues, including: occupant protection, impaired driving, and speeding. GHSA provides leadership and advocacy for the states and territories to improve traffic safety, influence national policy, enhance program management and promote best practices.
National Safety Council (NSC)
The National Safety Council saves lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the roads through leadership, research, education and advocacy.
Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI)
Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) develops solutions to the problems and challenges facing all modes of transportation. The Institute conducts over 600 research projects annually with over 200 sponsors at all levels of government and the private sector.
University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI)
The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute is dedicated to achieving safe and sustainable transportation for a global society. UMTRI is committed to interdisciplinary research that will ultimately increase driving safety and further transportation systems
Rutgers Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT)
CAIT provides insight into infrastructure issues: condition assessment, life-cycle costs and durability, asset management, safety, resilience, and environmental and economic sustainability of our roads, bridges, and ports.
PAE is a global leader in providing enduring support for the essential missions of the U.S. government, its allied partners and international organizations.
Houston Fire Department EMS Division
The City of Houston is a six-hundred plus square mile area spread out over a 1000 square mile region in Southeast Texas. It has a night-time population of nearly two million people and over three million daytime population. One out of every ten citizens utilize EMS. Each year there are over 200,000
EMS incidents involving over 225,000 patients or potential patients. On the average, EMS responds to a citizen every 3 minutes. Each EMS response is made by one of 88 City of Houston EMS vehicles.
Using the very latest in airborne multi-spectral sensors, Unmanned Experts is able to produce ortho and geo-rectified 2D and 3D image sets. Utilizing Close Range Photogrammetry (A three dimensional coordinate measuring technique) and known Ground Control Points, UME has a fleet of small UAS that can quickly document and map, complex environments, geo-hazards, landscapes and vegetation.