The US is preparing to roll out a new kind of emergency beacon, where the device will be able to signal to the public via an internet-connected cellphone that the owner has no way of communicating with.
The new technology is being touted as an innovative way to fight a growing public health threat.
However, it comes at a time when the US has seen a spike in the use of emergency devices, such as cellphones and drones.
The technology has been touted as a way to communicate with the public in a way that is impossible to monitor and track, and has also been touted by some as a solution to prevent a nationwide panic.
However the technology, called Emergency Beacon, is being hailed as a first step in the battle against the pandemic.
The technology, developed by the US National Science Foundation, will enable public health officials to communicate quickly with people at a distance without the need for a cell phone or drone.
The first test case was an emergency alert system for the United States National Guard, which was installed on the Pentagon’s west wing on Monday.
After testing the emergency beacon on the US military base, the device was able to send an alert to the US government, who then activated the system.
The Federal Communications Commission said the test system would be put to use on the National Guard’s west flank, but the FCC would not say how many troops will be using it.
In October, the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) said that the deployment of the Emergency Beacon could potentially create more than 1 million potential public health risks.