11AM PT, 2PM ET
When disaster strikes, every second counts. Emergency response teams know they need to do whatever it takes to react swiftly and efficiently in a crisis. Increasingly, they’re turning to cutting-edge technologies to help understand and react to unexpected weather events, pandemics and natural disasters. Using artificial intelligence and machine learning applications, these departments are tracking emergency events in real time and responding in a way that’s smarter, faster and better than before.
On May 13 at 2 p.m. Eastern / 11 a.m. Pacific, join Emergency Management for this crucial webinar exploring how emerging tech is improving emergency response in states and cities across the country – and how you can implement these technological solutions in your own jurisdiction.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
- How artificial intelligence tools can instantly comb through thousands of publicly available social media posts – along with millions of data points from IOT sensors and other internet-connected devices – to alert your first responders with crucial information in an emergency.
- How A.I. identified the emerging COVID-19 virus in Wuhan, China, almost two weeks before it was first reported in local media.
- How emergency departments from New York City to Orlando to the rural South are using machine-learning technology to react more quickly and deploy first responders more efficiently.
- How to ensure that your underlying sensor data is real and reliable, and how to separate fact from rumor on social media.