Today, the vast majority of human communications are digital. Yet digital communications are making people more misinformed, stressed, and anxious than ever before. This can often be dangerous. We believe that because health and safety are involved, there must be a better way to exchange information.
In an increasingly dangerous situation, First Responders’ reliance on their training is statistically more likely to diminish. As stress levels increase, human emotion, sentiment, and situational awareness compromise behavior. Under perceived or authentic life-threatening conditions, stress narrows focus and impairs cognitive processing, leading to difficulty perceiving and understanding the emergency environment.
Twiin develops health and safety communication technology – OnResponse™ is the first software communication network explicitly designed for First Responders and the communities they serve to identify common warning signs and serve as a valuable tool for future emergency scenarios.