Tomorrow, we will be holding a 3 Hour online 'Free Open Access Medical Education' on a YouTube Live Stream for gatherings at over 20 Ambulance Stations and Response Teams.
<p>Situations can occur unpredictably that cause individuals and organizations to shift their focus and attention immediately to deal with an incident. Today, digital multi-channel mass notification systems have robust features and functionality as well as flexibility and agility to meet emergency communication needs and to make general communications convenient, simple and reliable. But what happens after notification occurs?</p>
A special 1 hour live broadcast from the offices of D4H Technologies on national radio RTE Radio 1. The Business show gives an insight into daily life in the lighthouse, our mission, goals, and customers.
The Hackathon at SARscene 2015 was a massive success, producing quality projects and good insights into the technology needs of Search & Rescue. The event has already been scheduled for SARscene 2016 and is planned as a much bigger event.
Next week we'll be highlighting the benefits of collecting data and adopting technology for search & rescue. Law enforcement, military, SAR volunteers, provincial/territorial, and federal attendees will pitch their data related problems, while Canadian and international developers will form teams to try and solve them within just 24 hours.
We all have to write incident reports to track our incidents, measure our losses, and log our near misses. We must learn about the risks our organizations most commonly face.
Good decisions require piecing together good information; and these pieces of information have never before been available in such quantity. During a crisis, emergency or unexpected event an organizations communication channels become flooded, information is lost, and facts quickly turn stale.