Amika Mobile Corporation



Amika Mobile Corporation
Little League Baseball World Series



Little League Baseball World Series
CDYNE



CDYNE

April 04, 2013 09:00 ET

Amika Mobile's Mass Notification Platform Integrated With CDYNE Voice Callout to Provide Communication Safety for 2013 Little League Baseball World Series

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - April 4, 2013) - Amika Mobile's award winning Amika Mobility Server (AMS) platform providing critical and emergency situational awareness, communications and control is now integrated with CDYNE's 100% uptime-guaranteed voice callout service. The integrated solution will provide notification services for the 2013 Little League Baseball World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The annual tournament, the world's largest youth sporting event, is for baseball players from all over the world and will be held this year August 15th to 25th.

"We are again excited to work with the 2013 Little League Baseball World Series. Our deployment of the AMS in conjunction with CDYNE's callout service will ensure that everyone involved with the organization can be reached quickly, and have the ability to provide rapid response to any critical or emergency situations that arise," said Amika Mobile CEO Sue Abu-Hakima.

"CDYNE is proud to promote the 2013 Little League Baseball World Series by providing communication services through a partner integration with AMS, keeping everyone informed real-time." Said Christopher Chenoweth, CIO CDYNE

"Little League Baseball World Series has strict requirements to ensure the safety, security, and enjoyment of our employees, players, volunteers, and fans from all over the world. We are happy to have the latest in life safety and security AMS technology working in conjunction with our other electronic security systems," said Jim Ferguson, Director of Security for Little League International.

The AMS also integrates with physical systems such as fire panels and access control at the Little League facilities in Williamsport. The NFPA evaluated the overall cost of fire in the US alone to be $331Billion in a 2012 published report while the cost of related infrastructure security, monitoring, alarming and safety equipment as $41 Billion.

A demonstration of the AMS integrated with physical systems will be shown at Partner Booth #18017 at ISC West, April 10-13 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

About Amika Mobile Amika Mobile is privately held and addresses situational awareness, communications and control during critical and emergency events. AMS is ideal for communities, airports, sports arenas, shopping centers and campuses whose visitors are not always pre-registered in a contacts database. The AMS is integrated with physical systems such as fire or gas panels, access control, cameras or panic buttons. It takes event information from disparate physical systems and provides communications pathways to individuals, groups or en masse. The AMS alerts over 18 layers including WiFi, SMS, Email, VoIP, PA systems, Message Boards, Twitter, RSS Feeds, Facebook, etc. The AMS monitors local weather through systems like NAADS or NOAA, and delivers CAP alerts. Amika Mobile has won 12 awards sells products through partners, and OEMs to service providers or platform vendors. See www.amikamobile.com or follow Amika Mobile on Twitter or Facebook.

About CDYNE CDYNE Corporation is a leading provider of Web Service solutions which encompass a wide range of data enhancement, data verification, and communications tools. CDYNE has been developing and marketing Web Services since 1999. See www.cdyne.com

About Little League Baseball World Series Little League Baseball World Series is a baseball tournament for children aged 11 to 13 years old. It was originally called the National Little League Tournament and was later renamed for the World Series in Major League Baseball. It was first held in 1947 and is held every August in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania, in the United States. It has participants from as many as 80 countries. It is run by the Little League International organization. See www.littleleague.org

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