Exploring How Technology Will Impact Public SafetyDownload Now!
Autonomous cars. Proliferation of connected devices. Enhanced computing power. Changing weather patterns. The changing technological landscape has big implications for the practice of emergency management, including threat monitoring, communications, evacuations, and resource planning.
We’ve gathered 3 visionaries to predict how emergency management will evolve in the short, medium, and long term. Discover how public safety activities are set to change and what skill sets you’ll need to master at our webinar, The Future of Emergency Management: Exploring How Technology Will Impact Public Safety.
Our speakers cover:
- Home Automation and Notifications
- Network Opportunities and Communication
- Autonomous vehicles and drones
- And more...
Vice President of IEM
Former Director, Florida Division of Emergency Management
Mary Jo Flynn
Emergency Operations Coordinator, Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services
Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator, Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management (HCOHSEM)