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Carbyne is a Public Safety Technology company that has developed a call handling ecosystem, which delivers advanced IP-enabled communication features and caller solutions.[1] Their end-to-end digitized NG911 ecosystem brings all available data sources for emergency services into one response system.[2][3] It was founded by Amir Elichai in 2014, the inspiration for which came from his personal experience involving 911.[4][5][6][1][7]

Carbyne (Reporty)
Formerly
Reporty
IndustrySecurity, Communication infrastructure, Smart home
Founded2014
HeadquartersTel Aviv, Israel
Websitehttps://carbyne911.com

Carbyne has raised $25 million in external funding.[6][2][8] Investors in Carbyne include former Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Barak[3] (who is also the Chairman of the board), Founders Fund, Elsted Capital Partners, FinTLV and Kraft Group among others.[5][9][10][11][12]

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CarbyneEdit

Carbyne was previously known as Reporty[13][14][15][16] and has raised $25 million funding which includes $1 Million from Ehud Barak, former Israeli Prime Minister, who is also a chairman at Carbyne.[17][18][19][20][21][22][23] In 2015, the company offered services through an app "C-Now".[24][25][20][26][27][28][29][30] In 2018, the company released the product named "C-Lite" that connects directly to 911 services which lets PSAP's (Public Safety Answering Point)[31][32] to send links at the time of emergency.[17][19][33]

Winbourne Consulting has partnered with Carbyne[32] which will help the users with NG911 solutions at the time of emergency.[32][34] The emergency calls include live video streaming, location detection, and Voice Over IP information sources.[24][35][14][36][28]

Awards and recognitionsEdit

Carbyne was the winner of the American Security today's Homeland Security Awards Program 2017.[37][20][26][15]

ReferencesEdit

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  9. ^ "Israel's former Prime Minister Ehud Barak bets big on emergency app Reporty". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2019-02-13.
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  12. ^ Ronel, Asaf; Rubin, Eliran; Baum, Ido; Rochvarger, Michael (2018-08-14). "TechNation: U.S. Law Firm Launches $30 Million Fund to Finance Lawsuits by Israeli Startups". Haaretz. Retrieved 2019-02-13.
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  37. ^ Waitt, Tammy (2017-11-05). "Meet Reporty CEO at 'ASTORS' Luncheon at ISC East (Multi-Video)". American Security Today. Retrieved 2019-01-07.

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