Make a difference in your community. If you live in the Puget Sound area, you can now use your smart phone to share what you see with emergency officials. The FirstToSee mobile app offers a free, fast and confidential way to report valuable information about an emergency, disaster or damage. Your information is important. Reports are sent to a central database where federal, state, and local officials can view and respond to incidents. Sharing what you see or experience during an emergency helps responders make more informed decisions.Using the FirstToSee app is easy:Choose what type of incident is occurring from the drop-down menu (hazardous materials, natural disaster, air or maritime incident, etc).Take up to five photos. Provide your location using the automatic GPS locator or the interactive map. Give details about damage or a situation that you have observed.Send an anonymous tip or enter your contact details.Feel less helpless and more helpful with the FirstToSee app!Be ready and download the First2See app today!NOTE Call 911 if you need emergency assistance. Help will not come by using this App.FirstToSee App and System Credits:Pierce County IT, Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER), Viewpoint Pro, Ushahidi and partnering agencies on the FirstToSee Advisory Board.
Startups snagged SG$13.4 billion in funds between January and September this year, with early-stage funds almost doubling to SG$886.1 million and deep-tech firms in three sectors accounting for under 4% of total capital.
Government expects to have two full-fledged standalone 5G networks covering more than half of Singapore by end-2022 and, if there is interest from the industry, it will release another two lots of 800MHz of mmWave spectrum to be used for smaller non-standalone networks.