Vault RMS (Records Management Systems), a San Diego-based web platform that captures data around the toxic exposures firefighters face every day, raised $1.3m in seed funding.
The round was led by Bill Miller of Legg Mason and San Diego-based Keshif Ventures, with participation from Right Side Capital.
The company intends to use the funds to develop additional strategic partnerships with hardware manufacturers, wearables companies and traditional software companies in the space.
Co-founded by Chris Memmott, CEO, and Clive Savacool, Vault RMS has developed Vault Exposure Tracker, a web-based platform that captures data around the toxic exposures firefighters face every day. The system integrates with 911-dispatch, traditional records systems, wearable devices, heat and chemical sensors, and weather APIs and allows users to add objective data about their role at an incident.