Roaming Messenger, the provider of a breakthrough mobile messaging technology, has been certified as a FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Disaster Management Information System (DMIS) collaboration partner.
Attaining this certification enables the company to participate in a collaborative development program to produce a Roaming Messenger enabled, secure messaging component of the DMIS network that can be utilized by the Disaster Management Information System’s 15,000 federal, state and local users. A hallmark of the Roaming Messenger technology is its ability to enable interoperability across devices, carriers and networks.
This next generation of tools and system components being developed by the DMIS initiative, can utilize Roaming Messenger technology to improve many of the communication elements within the DIMS system. In addition to providing enhanced voice channel capabilities within DMIS, Roaming Messenger also provides the ability to send or broadcast secure, “smart” messages, enable the attachment of active payloads including; images, map overlays, documents, video/audio files and process execution code for remote receipt and/or execution.