PVA Tony Lindauer, UAW President Todd Dunn and Pictometry present Critical 360



Colleen Younger

Chief of Staff




In the interest of saving lives and increasing safety in our schools and workplaces, Jefferson County PVA Tony Lindauer, in partnership with Todd Dunn, President of UAW 862 at Ford and Pictometry hosted a presentation of Critical 360, a state of the art technology which is an Interior Mapping System designed to enhance public safety and intelligence in emergency situations.

“This important community presentation/demonstration will teach us how to be better planners in emergency situations, such as active shooters, hostage situations and fires, to name a few. Critical 360 creates unparalleled indoor mapping intelligence that will ultimately save lives and reduce risks by allowing rapid access and safe navigation within schools and buildings,” says Lindauer.

Learn more on the pilot project at Iroquois High School by clicking on the link below.