The OC Register just published their Cal State Fullerton year in review and Bryan Ruef was included. The whole article is well worth the read and here’s the part about Bryan:

Bryan Ruef celebrated with his family and friends after placing first in the CSUF Startup Competition in April. 

The computer science major’s winning idea was 10-8 Systems, the company he incorporated in January that uses cloud-based technology to dispatch police, fire and other first responders in a way the smaller municipalities or agencies can afford.

Five months after his win, Ruef’s dispatch system helped save lives during Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. First responder organizations Florida Search and Rescue, and Crowd Emergency Disaster Response Digital Corps worked with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, using his systems for search and rescues.

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