A new communication system that will be tested at three Central Iowa schools will provide first responders with critical information in the event of emergencies, state officials said today. Gov. Terry Branstad and Iowa Public Safety Commissioner Roxann Ryan highlighted the WISE (Wi-Fi Internet for School Emergencies) School project, which will be tested at the Marshalltown, Norwalk and Martensdale community school districts. The Iowa Communications Network is working with three Wi-Fi vendors: Aruba, Cisco and Fortinet, on the project, which will be a private, dedicated system for public safety agencies and emergency responders to use when they are responding to incidents at schools. If testing is successful, officials hope to expand the project to other schools.