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Welcome to the technical sessions schedule for the 2015 Annual Fall NEARC Conference. 

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Tuesday, November 10 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Reshaping your GIS for Emergency Situations

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Michael Funaro*, Latitude Geographics

Do you or your agency directly or indirectly support emergency operations? Maybe you provide data or support tools that are used by an emergency manager and their response teams. In this day and age, the tools and applications that help to support communications and decision making in an emergency situation have grown to the point of application overload. You and your organization already have a foundation for supporting your data and applications. It is more important now than ever that you use your GIS to pull all your information together in a very easy to use and intuitive GIS interface. This presentation explores innovative ways to re-shape GIS your capabilities to allow unprecedented connectivity between incident commanders and field responders, particularly through streamlined, touch-friendly map presentation. Discover how to implement rapid-entry map collaboration channels for map-and-marker planning, and collect relevant data, including social media images, for maximum awareness in the field.


Michael Funaro

Account Manager, Latitude Geographics
Account Manager

Tuesday November 10, 2015 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Lake Champlain A

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