KOKOMO Solutions Inc. has announced the first of its kind cloud software called the COVID19Tracker™ to help communities in the challenges of collecting reports, tracking and management of the critical Coronavirus COVID-19 cases. COVID19Tracker™ is a cloud-based safety solution in mobile apps and web portals with case management, communication, and collaboration features. Designed to help provide situational awareness, report, track, and manage Coronavirus cases within schools, communities, healthcare systems and workplaces across the nation, COVID19Tracker™ is comprised of 3 cloud solutions powered by commercially available software, Kokomo24/7® Safety Cloud™.
Kokomo24/7® Safety Cloud™ is a Software-as-a-Service product that ensures safe environments for schools, communities, and workplaces through an easy-to-use, intuitive set of safety applications designed to give communities, local governments, schools, and health administrators the proactive insight and capability to manage coronavirus cases.
At the heart of Kokomo24/7® Safety Cloud™ is a proprietary A.I. Engine that gives administrators analytical data to help determine the probability of reported cases for proactive intervention. Incident Management System (Kokomo24/7® – IMS) provides a proactive approach to respond to and recover from incidents in a repeatable methodology.
With the Anonymous Reporting System (Kokomo24/7® – ARS), communities, students, parents, and employees can submit health and safety concerns from a mobile app or website portal. These reports will be triaged by an A.I.-based TruScore™ scoring system. The data in TruScore™ is designed to help manage false positives and more precisely identify at-risk individuals and incidents.
Kokomo24/7® Emergency Operations Center (Kokomo24/7® – EOC) provides emergency operation centers and safety officials with instant situational awareness so emergencies are thoroughly coordinated and managed with informed decisions. Additionally, the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) module provides communications across schools, local governments and emergency responders, and full resource management (HR, EQ, and Financial).