Rural First, a small business venture specializing in county GPS and GIS software solutions, and its CEO, Robb Woolsey received an award by the Missouri House of Representatives the past April 22, 2016. The award included a Courtesy Resolution for his company’s efforts that have greatly improved many sheriff’s departments and emergency personnel by boosting response time and lowering costs thanks to their unique fleet tracking management system.
The House Resolution No. 0132C.01, was leaded by Representative Sonya Anderson, District 131 (Republican), who proudly serves on the Select Committee on Agriculture, Fiscal Review and Chairs the Conservation & Natural Resources Committee. Rural First´s success would not be possible without Robb’s vision and desire to help the community, especially in rural areas where his telematics systems provide the most accurate information.
The software has positively influenced the areas where Rural First´s GPS tracking devices are being used. Departments in counties areas from Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, and several other states have implemented Rural First´s vehicle tracking systems for Sheriffs, ambulance telematics services, and AVL software to improve performance and provide better service. GPS tracking systems not only helps to provide detailed maps of rural areas, but also has helped EMS and ambulances to save lives.
This recognition motivated the entire team at Rural First to keep working hard towards the goal of providing better rural GPS tracking solutions.
To learn more about Rural First please visit our website at http://www.ruralfirst.com