All Hazards Consortium Hosts Complimentary Webinar with DC HSEMA and Activu Corporation on Improving Mission-Critical Decision Making through Intelligent Visualization
Ã¢¢ Online seminar will feature case study on how comprehensive situational awareness improves emergency response, reduces response times, and saves lives and property
Ã¢¢ Tuesday, November 8, at 1 pm Eastern Time (10 am Pacific Time); 1 hour duration
Denville, NJ (PRWEB) November 07, 2011
Activu® Corporation, a leading provider of IP-based visualization and collaboration solutions for mission-critical command and control center environments, will participate in a complimentary webinar on Regional Situational Awareness on Tuesday, November 8, at 1 pm Eastern Time (10 am Pacific Time).
The webinar will feature a case study by the District of Columbia Ã¢“ Homeland Security Emergency Management Agency (DC HSEMA), one of the nationÃ¢s most sophisticated emergency management agencies. It will demonstrate how DC HSEMA has significantly improved mission-critical decision-making through an intelligent visualization solution – where data, images and video from multiple agencies is dynamically assimilated and prioritized, and graphically presented on large digital displays so decision-makers and responders can visually take stock of a developing emergency and respond in the most effective manner to save lives and property.
The webinar will be hosted by the All Hazards Consortium. The panelists are Joshua Jack (Chief Information Officer of DC HSEMA) and Jason Jaworski (Federal Solutions Manager at Activu Corporation).
Activu is the leading provider of highly secure, scalable and robust IP-based visualization and collaboration solutions for mission critical command and control center environments. Our solutions enable sharing, annotating, and analyzing real-time visual information across the network, and across display devices from large video walls to mobile devices – to develop a Common Operational Picture (COP), improve Situational Awareness (SA) and accelerate decision-making.
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