2013-05-14 20:32:34 - GeoComm, MidAmerica GIS Consortium (MAGIC), St. Clair County Illinois 9-1-1/ETSB, and Washington University St Louis Team up to offer a Free GIS and 9-1-1 Seminar
GeoComm is pleased to announce that we have teamed up with MidAmerica GIS Consortium (MAGIC), St. Clair County Illinois 9-1-1/ETSB, and Washington University St. Louis to bring GIS and 9-1-1 professionals a free GIS and 9-1-1 seminar.
In emergency response, it is vital for GIS and 9-1-1 personnel to continue working together. This seminar is for anyone who is responsible for bringing 9-1-1 data and systems up to date. The seminar will help build the foundation for understanding requirements, roles, responsibilities, and standards for present 9-1-1 systems and Next Generation 9-1-1. Topics at this seminar include: 9-1-1 and GIS today, developing communication between 9-1-1 and GIS professionals, where is 9-1-1 going and what are the new GIS functions, NENA GIS
model for public safety, and roadmap to future GIS requirements.
GeoComm’s GIS Consultant, Kathy Liljequist, will be presenting during a portion of this seminar. Kathy has been associated with 9-1-1 for over 15 years, holds a master’s degree in Geography, and is a GIS instructor for NENA at the national level. She has worked on hundreds of mapping projects for 9-1-1 applications and has also developed and implemented customized training programs and workflow procedures involving various aspects of 9-1-1.
This free seminar will be held on May 29, 2013 at Washington University – West Campus. For more information visit www.magicgis.org
About GeoComm: GeoComm is mapping the future of NG9-1-1 as a proven provider of end-to-end GIS systems tailored to meet the needs of any public safety agency. GeoComm is the leading innovator of NG9-1-1 GIS services and software, including NG9-1-1 GIS data assessment and development; software to maintain, manage, and provision GIS data; the ECRF/LVF elements of the ESInet; and tactical mapping for the PSAP.
GeoComm's GeoLynx Family of Products provides the tools necessary to speed and enhance emergency response. These tools reduce response times, improve data accuracy and quality, accelerate communications, and provide mission critical GIS-based decision support.
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