Our mission is to reduce the number of preventable deaths and injuries – globally – from crashes involving disabled vehicles.

We are doing this by selling automotive technology solutions in the production and post-production markets to fill the substantial advance warning communication gap on the road.

And by advocating for policy changes that work in tandem with our technologies.

- Stephen Powers, ESS Chief Operating Officer

We're On A Mission to Eliminate Crashes Into Disabled Vehicles

Every day, more than 200 preventable crashes involving disabled or stationary vehicles take place across America. Sadly, the numbers continue to climb, with recent studies (2017-2018) showing a nearly 10% annual increase in these types of accidents.

In addition, there’s been a 27% increase in fatalities of pedestrians attending to disabled vehicles -- often Good Samaritans who stop to assist.

Through our experience, industry expertise and tremendous passion for improving road safety, Emergency Safety Solutions (ESS) is focused on saving lives by helping to bring an end to these preventable tragedies.

It’s Time to See Disabled Vehicles in A New Light™

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Emergency Safety Solutions is working to eliminate crashes involving disabled vehicles with our new intelligent emergency communications feature called the Hazard Enhanced Lighting Package (H.E.L.P).

H.E.L.P. is a regulatory compliant solution that provides two forms of highly effective communication to make your disabled vehicle more visible: (1) highly conspicuous emergency-based lighting output, and (2) digital notifications sent to oncoming vehicles via GPS-based mapping applications.

These features deliver advanced warning to oncoming traffic -- giving approaching drivers minutes, not just milliseconds, to more safely respond to the disabled vehicle.

H.E.L.P. is a key component of ESS’ three-prong strategy to address this previously unidentified safety problem:

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1. Enhanced Emergency Lighting

Our H.E.L.P. solution increases visual conspicuity of stationary and disabled vehicles with the addition of an emergency mode added to a vehicle’s standard hazard light system, which offers:

  • Faster emergency mode flash rates combined with smart intelligence
  • Emergency activation features that deploy automatically upon collision (airbag deployment) or other safety trigger events such as a tire blowout or engine failure
  • Manual activation by the driver when the vehicle is stationary and in park
2. Advance Digital Alerts

The H.E.L.P. solution integrates intelligent emergency warnings into digital notifications which supplement the increased visibility provided by the feature’s enhanced emergency lighting.

  • When H.E.L.P. is activated, oncoming drivers receive advanced warning of a disabled vehicle ahead via their in-car navigation screen or phone-based mapping app.
  • These digital alerts work seamlessly with OEM and third-party traffic data providers.
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3. Societal Change

ESS is working hard to raise public awareness of the safety problem and advocating for effective solutions to mitigate this issue.

  • We’re advocating for updates to State Move Over Laws across the country to expand their applicability to disabled passenger vehicles.
  • We’re also driving and supporting public safety awareness campaigns to reach automotive safety organizations as well as state and federal transportation officials.
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It’s Time to See Disabled Vehicles in A New Light™

It's

Emergency Safety Solutions is working to eliminate crashes involving disabled vehicles with our new intelligent emergency communications feature called the Hazard Enhanced Lighting Package (H.E.L.P).

H.E.L.P. is a regulatory compliant solution that combines highly visible emergency-based flash rates of the vehicle lighting, and digital notifications sent to other vehicles and GPS-based mapping applications.

These features deliver advanced warning to oncoming traffic -- giving approaching drivers minutes, not just milliseconds, to more safely respond to the disabled vehicle.

H.E.L.P. is a key component of ESS’ three-prong strategy to address this previously unidentified safety problem:

Emergency
Enhanced
1. Enhanced Emergency Lighting

Our H.E.L.P. solution increases visual conspicuity of stationary and disabled vehicles with the addition of an emergency mode added to a vehicle’s standard hazard light system, which offers:

  • Faster emergency mode flash rates combined with smart intelligence
  • Emergency activation features that deploy automatically upon collision (airbag deployment) or other safety trigger events such as a tire blowout or engine failure
  • Manual activation by the driver when the vehicle is stationary and in park
2. Advance Digital Alerts

The H.E.L.P. solution integrates intelligent emergency warnings into digital notifications which supplement the increased visibility provided by the feature’s enhanced emergency lighting.

  • When H.E.L.P. is activated, oncoming drivers receive advanced warning of a disabled vehicle ahead via their in-car navigation screen or phone-based mapping app.
  • These digital alerts work seamlessly with OEM and third-party traffic data providers.
Advance
3. Societal Change

ESS is working hard to raise public awareness of the safety problem and advocating for effective solutions to mitigate this issue.

  • We’re advocating for updates to State Move Over Laws across the country to expand their applicability to disabled passenger vehicles.
  • We’re also driving and supporting public safety awareness campaigns to reach automotive safety organizations as well as state and federal transportation officials.
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Our History

Timeline

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Who We Are

Board of Directors

CEO And Chairman
David Tucker
COO and Secretary
Stephen Powers
Safety Advocacy
Andrew Coetzee
Product Development
Mike Incorvaia
Regulatory Affairs
James D. Ray
Legal Affairs
Kenneth Wagner
Community Outreach
Clifford Swint
Capital Management
Martin O' Carroll
Growth Management
Ramon Rodriguez