Press Releases acquires Noonlight, a connected safety platform

October 28, 2022

Posted by: Shriya Raban

Zach Winkler of Noonlight has announced it completed a majority-stake acquisition of Noonlight, a connected safety and event management platform that enables new applications and provides enhanced emergency response capabilities.

Noonlight was founded in 2013 to deliver advanced technology that protects and comforts people so they can live freely. The company began as a personal safety mobile application and has grown into a connected safety platform that has organically attracted over 3.5 million Noonlight app users. Noonlight’s software platform enables context aware event management and emergency response for a range of IoT device vendors.

“Noonlight is a demonstrated specialist in the personal safety and emergency response space and we’re pleased to bring their entrepreneurial team and leadership into the family,” says Jeff Bedell,’s chief strategy and innovation officer. “Our investment in Noonlight will help expand its business and continue to provide unmatched services to its markets and customers. Noonlight and have aligned missions to protect people through advanced technology, and we look forward to innovating and leveraging the platform with our partners.”

Zach Winkler

“We’re thrilled to join the family,” says Zach Winkler, CEO of Noonlight. “They have a successful history of majority-stake acquisitions empowering innovative companies to continue to operate as an independent business and brand, while still benefiting from’s industry know-how, reputation, expansive resources, networks, and leadership team. We look forward to accelerating our mission and global security offerings with the backing of”

Noonlight will continue to operate independently as a next generation IoT device monitoring provider, as well as a consumer safety app and brand that millions of users trust. Noonlight’s current management team will continue to lead the business from its headquarters in St. Louis, Mo.

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