Thursday, November 7, 2:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Responding to and arranging logistics for natural or man-made disasters is a huge challenge. Not only do the emergency workers, first responders, and the logisticians who support them need to act with little to no warning, they are working in situations where infrastructure is damaged, communications may be destroyed, victims are without shelter and homeless, and food and water may be in short supply.
During this webinar, attendees will learn the importance of improved asset visibility during emergency management to help first responders:
- Locate critical assets and then track those assets anywhere in real-time even in harsh, remote or devastated areas
- Monitor the status and condition of fuel, food, water and other critical assets
- Predict how long it will take to move and set-up key assets, as well as needed quantities and best placement
- Coordinate activities and communications with military via the RF-ITV network
Register today and join us on Thursday, November 7, 2:00 p.m. (Eastern) for a presentation on respond and rescue solutions followed by a Q&A. For questions, please contact Sue Stott at email@example.com.
Vice President, Federal Sales & Strategy
Johnston focuses on delivering analytics-driven supply chain management solutions to the federal market including consignment management, asset management and other sensor-based intelligence, with an emphasis on the US Department of Defense, which has a 23-year history utilizing Savi solutions.
Paul has managed implementation engagements for the Department of Homeland Security, the Australian Defense Forces and Lockheed Martin to name just a few. He has been employed in the software industry for more than 20 years contributing as an analyst, project manager and product manager for Savi, Ventyx and Commerce One.
Moderator: Anthony Kimery, Executive Editor, Homeland Security Today
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